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Re: Problem with woody

On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 02:49:39PM -0000, Laurent Decreusefond wrote:
> I installed woody dist on my powermac and everything went apriori well. I
> am trying to compile a C program and ld complains that it can't find
> crt1.o
> And in fact, i don't have it. When i try
> apt-get install libc6-dev
> i have a conflict since it requires libc6 2.2.5-10 and I have libc6
> 2.2.5-9
> I should say that I installed my system with the minimal cd-rom and then
> by picking packages with dselect, so i may have forgotten some or picked
> the wrong ones. By the way, how could i go back to a working installation.

You must have been installing packages from unstable, or maybe that's
how your CD was built. libc6 is at 2.2.5-6 in testing and stable.

First of all, get unstable out of your /etc/apt/sources.list.

Then apt-get update, and then try

apt-get install --reinstall libc6-dev

to move your libc6 back to the stable / testing level. I haven't tried it,
but I think it should work. 

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