libstdc++2.10 needed for KDE
Sang Y. Yum
sang at yumnet.dyndns.org
Mon Nov 8 10:53:07 PST 1999
On Tue, Nov 09, 1999 at 07:11:45AM +1300, Chris K. Young wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 06, 1999 at 09:37:03PM -0800, Sang Y. Yum foobarred:
> ! I was in the process of installing KDE on it. dselect's dependency check
> ! reports that kdebase depends on a package "libstdc++2.10", which doesn't
> ! seem to exist in the standard place.
> Further to the topic, I had a chat with a friend who tried to install
> KDE on Debian 2.1 (slink).
> It seems that it also requires qt 1.42 or greater, which you won't
> find on the standard Debian mirrors. Just don't overlook the qt1g
> packages on the KDE mirrors. :-)
> Sang, try installing the slink versions of the .deb files, I think
> they don't require libstdc++.so.2.10, or else you'll find the needed
> packages in the KDE mirror also.
which is what I tried to do. I went over to ftp.us.kde.org/blah/blah/distribution/deb/slink/i386 and followed "README" to modify /etc/apt/sources.list file.
It implied that I *could* install KDE 1.1.2 debian packages on Debian 2.1
but dselect deteced dependency to libstd++2.10, which, as far as I know, is
not available for Debian 2.1.
So, I reluctantly upgraded to Debian 2.2.
KDE comes up just fine, a bit slow yes, but comes up.
Of course, none of KDE games would work because of missing dependency to
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