Re: eclipse in stable?
On Tue, Apr 10, 2007 at 12:50:16PM -0700, Alan Ezust wrote:
> Yes, it still seems to be doing that. I'm running a custom version of my
> sources.list, but I can't remember where it says whether I am running
> "testing" or "unstable". /etc/apt/preferences doesn't give me
> Now that "etch" is stable, does that make "sid" testing or is it still
No, new testing is called lenny.
> >> pi-gtk-3235.so: /lib/tls/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found
> >> by
> >> pi-gtk-3235.so)
> >> In fact, stable installs glibc Version: 2.3.6.ds1-13, so i think that
> >> eclipse package for stable is not quite ready... Is it just me, or has
> >> someone else gotten eclipse 3.2 working on a vanilla debian stable box?
> >Which version of eclipse packages is this? If its the version from etch,
> >please try the current version from sid.
> I think it comes from etch. The deb file is this:
Thats the version from unstable/sid. etch has 3.2.1-4.
> How to determine which distro it came from?
Normally I would say 'apt-cache policy eclipse' but on a crippled system
like knoppix ... use http://packages.debian.org/.
> Which architecture is this? i386 or amd64
> My CPU is running amd64, but as you can see, apt-get installed the _i386
> version of eclipse. Perhaps this is my problem?
No. You just installed a 32-bit userland on your 64-bit cpu.
I think the problem is that when building the eclipse package I had some
wrong glibc package installed in my chroot. I can verify that later. I
good test for you would be to try to install the eclipse packages from
etch. The only difference in them is the conflict with azureus. So if
you dont use azureus thats no problem.
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