Re: upgrading libc6 from 2.2.5-14.3 to 2.3.1-5 fails on 712
* Martin-?ric Racine <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Then why doesn't the package itself depend on that kernel? If it did, apt
> would have prevented the upgrade from ever being attempted at all...
Inteesting question. One could install a kernel by hand (not as a
package). Thus a runtime test would probably be more suited.
> > as for 2.4.19 dying within 5 minutes of uptime, it would be helpful if
> > you reported the symptoms to the parisc-linux list.
> I already did, a while back. See the thread when I asked about 712-specific
> hardware and was told not to bother compiling any 2.4.18 kernel anymore.
2.4.19-?? and 2.4.20-pa7 work ok on my 712/80
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