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Re: How unstable is hamm?

On Fri, 5 Dec 1997, John Bradley Fitzgibbons wrote:

> I've been watching all of the messages concerning libc6 upgrades and now
> I've just got to ask.  How unstable is hamm?  My major interest is due to
I've been running a mostly-hamm system since July,  and haven't had any
problems other than:

At one point about a month ago I synced up my machine with the unstable
tree,  because I was getting utmp errors.  Libc6 has redefined a mess of
those basic data types,  so things like "w" and "who" weren't working.
Haven't had any trouble since then.

Otherwise,  just make sure you follow the libc5-to-libc6 howto so you
don't really screw up dpkg.


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