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jbmia
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Postby jbmia » Wed Jan 29, 2014 4:12 pm

Hey guys,

Question... For some reason I cannot complete an apt-get upgrade after updating to the latest greyhole version. I'm getting the following error:

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E: Internal Error, No file name for libgcc1
I haven't found the cause of the error, but in the course of my research I've seen instructions to (re)install the package gcc-4.6-base Precise... When I try to download the deb and install it I get an error and of course everyone recommends using apt... When i check my sources.list, all I have is the following:

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deb http://http.us.debian.org/debian stable main contrib non-free
which doesn't really make sense to me.. I figure I'd see a bunch of Ubuntu precise links and so on since I'm 12.04 LTS... Does this make any sense?? Why only the one link to Debian instead of everything coming from Ubuntu?

Can anyone post what my sources.list should look like if not this??

Thanks for any feedback..

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Re: sources.list

Postby bigfoot65 » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:32 pm

Let me see what I can find. Odd that you are having problems. Have you done the distro upgrade to 12.4.x?

Also did you manually add the Greyhole package or add the repo to your list? If it's the later, I recommend you remove it. Best to manually update so you don't get any surprises.
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Re: sources.list

Postby bigfoot65 » Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:14 pm

Here's what my test machine shows for source.list.

http://paste.ubuntu.com/6841159/
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Re: sources.list

Postby jbmia » Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:35 pm

I've tried an apt-get upgrade, but cannot get past that libgcc1 error... I manually installed the latest greyhole via the latest deb.

Question:

Would over writing my sources.list with yours and rerunning apt-get update, apt-get upgrade be okay?

I've note that your sources list is listed as Precise_i386.. If I copied your sources.list over mine (keeping a backup of course), given that I'm runn AMD64, would that matter when running an apt-get upgrade? Would it pull down the proper amd64 files?

Thanks for any input!

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Re: sources.list

Postby bigfoot65 » Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:07 am

I would keep a backup of your current one. As for the 386 vs 64, I would change all the occurrences to 64 bit in the file before using it. Unfortuantely I do not have a 64-bit test machine to retrieve the file. You might try running the Ubuntu Live CD and copying the sources.list from there too.

I would not recommend using the 32-bit repos for a 64-bit install. It may cause you even more issues.
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