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Bug#45416: marked as done (libc6 2.1.2-2 broke)

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Date: Sat, 18 Sep 1999 07:11:05 -0500

Package: libc6
Version: 2.1.2-2

Hi, I'm running potato and on thursday I executed an "apt-get update" followed by an "apt-get upgrade" as I normally do and everything was working fine. On friday I did the same thing and now netscape, pine and quake all segfault on startup. They were working 100% before. I figure it has to be the new libc6 package, but here is what else I installed:

Here is what happens when I try to run pine, same thing happens for quake, netscape:
[lyte@shiver archives]# pine
Segmentation fault
[lyte@shiver archives]# 

I do realize that potato is the unstable tree etc but I just wanted to inform you of this in hopes that a fix will become available soon. 

I am using Debian GNU/Linux potato, with kernel 2.2.12 and libc6 2.1.2-2

Thanks for your time,

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Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 15:37:43 -0700
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From: Joel Klecker <jk@espy.org>
Subject: Re: libc6 2.1.2-2 broke
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This was not a bug in libc6, but rather a bug in ldso. It was fixed 
in ldso 1.9.11-3.
Joel Klecker (aka Espy)       <URL:mailto:espy@debian.org>
Debian Package Maintainer for the GNU C Library.

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