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Old 28th November 2010
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Default Can't install package because of libraries

Hi all,

I just wiped my old install from my Lenovo G555 and freshly installed 4.8/amd64. I installed my packages, everything seemed to work quite nicely. Then I wanted to test out the current gnash-packages. This was when it started with the library-errors. From that point on, even packages of programs that work cannot be deleted and then reinstalled without errors like

Can't install dnstracer-1.9 because of libraries
|library c.53.1 not found
| /usr/lib/libc.so.56.0 (system): bad major

Google doesn't seem to find anything useful. Any hints? Thanks in advance.
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