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Re: K 10 discs

On Tue, 18 Oct 2005 11:51, Michael Banck wrote:
> I think I changed my mind, glibc issues still seem to be not fully
> hashed out upstream, let alone the Debian package.
> So I propose to ship K10 with the current set of toolchain, going for
> gcc-4.0 immediately afterwards.
> passwd has recently been fixed (we need >= 1:4.0.13-1) and
> emacs-snapshot is synced currently.
> I filed a bug for the removal of the bad libnss-db package (#333938),
> but it is still in the archive (it makes networking impossible if
> installed).  If it is possible to ensure it will not get installed
> somehow, that would be nice.

Can do 

> I am not aware of any other major breakage right now, if somebody is
> please speak up.
> Otherwise I'd say release K10 by the end of the week.
> Please let me know of any uninstallability issues etc. you might
> encounter and I'll try to sort them out.

I have discovered a problem.  apt and friends depend on libstdc++6 as do a 
number of other packages, ~100? And libstdc++6 depends on gcc-4.0-base.

What would people suggest?


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