Am Dienstag 10 Juni 2008 schrieb Enrico Weigelt:
> IMHO,  you've removed  exactly that libc  (or at least it's dynamic
> linker) your binaries are built against,  so they can't be executed
> anymore - you'r system is unbootable.
> ldd output on these binaries should give your more enlightenment.
That´s the situation (again):
eix sys-libs/glibc
[D] sys-libs/glibc
     Available versions:  (2.2)  [P]2.2.5-r10 [P]2.3.2-r12 2.3.5-r3 2.3.6-r4 
2.3.6-r5 2.4-r4 2.5-r2 2.5-r3 2.5-r4 **2.5.1 ~2.6 2.6.1 ~2.7 ~2.7-r1 ~2.7-r2
        {build debug erandom gd glibc-compat20 glibc-omitfp hardened 
linuxthreads-tls multilib nls nptl nptlonly pic profile selinux userlocales 
     Installed versions: 
userlocales -build -debug -erandom -hardened -multilib -nptl -pic)
                          2.6.1(2.2)(09:55:15 12.06.2008)
(nls -debug -gd -glibc-omitfp -hardened -multilib -profile -selinux -vanilla)

Let´s see if i´ve got what you mean:
Because my system didn`t work anymore after removing glibc-2.3.4, with the 
help of ldd i should find some dependencies.
ldd `which bash` =>  (0xb7fda000) => /lib/ (0xb7f77000) => /lib/ (0xb7f73000) => /lib/ (0xb7e43000)
        /lib/ (0xb7fdb000)

l /lib/
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 12. Jun 09:55 /lib/ ->

Within the few commands i´ve checked i was unable to find any dependency to 
glibc-2.3.4 :-(


> If you're  sure you've rebuilt  all of them and they're still built
> against the old glibc,  it's might be a  toolchain problem.  Try to
> rebuild gcc and binutils first.
> BTW: if you don't want to risk an unbootable system, you could have
> a try in chroot first.
> cu
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