Am Donnerstag, 12. Juni 2008 schrieb ext Nicolai Beuermann: > You are right it´s not a real solution. Only a solution to get back the > old (and working) system with two installed versions of glibc in package > database.
So emerge -ep world shows it would re-install 2.3.4. > > > > quickpkg glibc-2.3.4 (just in case...) > > > > emerge -C glib-2.3.4 > > > > > > you mean to unmerge glibc-2.3.4? > > > When I do this my system is no longer useable. emerge wouldn´t work. OK, didn't see that in previous messages. In this case, you could have re-emerged python before unmerging 2.3.4. > > > Marvelously i´ve repaired it via reemerging glibc-2.6.1 via a live cd > > > and chroot... OK, good to know. Bye... Dirk -- Dirk Heinrichs | Tel: +49 (0)162 234 3408 Configuration Manager | Fax: +49 (0)211 47068 111 Capgemini Deutschland | Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wanheimerstraße 68 | Web: http://www.capgemini.com D-40468 Düsseldorf | ICQ#: 110037733 GPG Public Key C2E467BB | Keyserver: wwwkeys.pgp.net
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