Re: install/update/upgrade dance
On 11-May-13, at 9:29 AM, John David Anglin wrote:
On 10-May-13, at 11:15 PM, Geoff wrote:
Helge et al,
I have reached the point where I want to download, build and
install a new kernel from "unstable" prior to doing a full upgrade.
At this point the process is breaking down on a circle of
dependencies involving locales, libc6 and dpkg-dev. /etc/apt/
sources.list has been amended as recommended.
If you do "apt-get install locales libc6 dpkg-dev", what happens?
If you continue to add missing
packages to the install list, can you resolve the dependency
circle? The packages to do this should
I think I know what's happening. Wheezy was released last weekend and
many new source packages
have been uploaded to unstable. In particular, eglibc is now at
2.17-1. locales will be 2.17-1 since it
is built for all. However, the latest eglibc build for hppa is
2.13-38. Try appending "=2.13-38" to eglibc
packages in your install list.
John David Anglin email@example.com