I'm curious how the upgrade should be performed for the biarch slackintosh.
64bit support is still highly experimental and I don't have such a machine. adrian is the guru and he's offline now, could you hold your breath? ;-)
The glibc stuff appears to be correct. Is there a reason why the architecture for those packages are now 'ppc'? All the powerpc64 packages appear to be upgraded to the powerpc counterpart.
uhmm... ppc? good question :-)
my idea is trying to stick with http://workaround.ch:81/kakiwaki?P='64bit' as much as possible, I'd say to switch to a 32bit system, upgrade it and then 64bit-ized it.
main problem with upgradepkg is that it would remove needed packages (I think we should rename the 64bit ones).
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