Bug#30421: marked as done ([Fixed in NMU 2.0.7u-7.1] package dependecy problems with libc in slink)
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Subject: general: package dependecy problems with libc in slink
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Date: Sun, 6 Dec 1998 11:39:32 +0100
I coudn't upgrade my system automatically with the new libc-2.0.7u-7 library
and related libraries because the package dependecy checker (in dselect) says
that some important package (smail, bsdutils, modutils, dpkg, etc.) have to be
removed first. So I have to keep back these packages (libc, locales, libc-dev,
-- System Information
Debian Release: slink
Kernel Version: Linux solaris 2.1.130 #3 SMP Wed Dec 2 08:39:17 CET 1998 i686 unknown