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Bug#68889: marked as done (search doesn't work (libc5 not found))

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Subject: search doesn't work (libc5 not found)
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package: www.debian.org
version: n/a; reported 2000-08-10
severity: important

The mailing list search doesn't work. It only gives an error about
glipse not being able to load libc5.so.1.

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Searching on libc6 at http://packages.debian.org/ returns correct results
now. It must have been a temporary glitch.

Thanks for reporting...
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