Re: Bug#109684: Apt fails after upgrade/dist-upgrade to woody/sid
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It was a while since I had the problem so I dont have the error messages
logged. Altho, a quick search on lists.debian.org showed me that you are
probably right. Since it happens when using apt, I filed the bugreport on
apt, but you might want to move it over to the libc guys if it should be
there then. :-)
>It said needs >=libc6_2.2.3-1
>So I got libc6_2.2.3-9_i386.deb and installed it.
>Then the problem turned up!
>When I tried nmap again it got this:
>(Reading database ... 10359 files and directories currently installed.)
>Preparing to replace nmap 2.54.28.BETA-1 (using nmap_2.54.28.BETA-
>Unpacking replacement nmap ...
>Setting up nmap (2.54.28.BETA-1) ...
>perl: error while loading shared libraries: libdb.so.3: cannot open
>object file: No such file or directory
>dpkg: error processing nmap (--install):
I dont remember what packages I got the error with, but I'm sure it was
very early in the processing of packets when I did a upgrade. A new
version of apt was installed and then it started failing or something like
> Uh apt does not use libdb at all. I expect that when you explain how it
> actually fails it will be found that it relates to the nss interface in
> libc somehow, and has nothing to do with APT at all..
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