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Hi all,

When I start my server I get:
Quote:Auto detecting CPU
Using default binary.
Auto-restarting the server on crash
Mon Apr 4 23:39:35 CEST 2005: Server Quit

I use debian
gcc: 2.95.4
ldd (GNU libc) 2.2.5
Linux 2.4.18-1-686

pentium III 1 G Ram

I hope someone can help me out

source requires glibc 2.3, you have 2.2 update your glibc

and i THINK glibc 2.3 requires gcc 3.x

if you need more info, im not sure on this, but i thinkit would be apt-get -u gcc then apt-get -u glibc, i don't know Debian, only FreeBSD and Gentoo
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tarscher Wrote:ldd (GNU libc) 2.2.5
You are probably using Debian Woody (correct me if I'm wrong).

You should upgrade that (glibc) to v2.3.x, if you are using Woody you should change your sources.list to get packages from the testing tree (use Google for details) and then run 'apt-get update' and 'apt-get upgrade'. Or you could install your server again using Debian Sarge, which has glibc v2.3 in it's 'standard' package tree.

/edit: cryotek, why is my post suddenly after one of yours?
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I will wait for Debian Sarge to become the release version. Thanks for the fast reply

I´ve gote Debian Woody, and there I couldn´t install the gcc 3.x.
Can sobody help me with the installation? Like a Tutorial? Or how to do?

But with apt-get install gcc say: Sorry, gcc is already the newest version.
0 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 5 not upgraded.

And at glibc, I don´t know to install. Because it doesn´t run without gcc 3.3!!

Sorry for my english, but i´m from germany.

Edit your sources.list file (it's in /etc/sources.list). It should contain some FTP servers, that's where apt-get gets its updates. After every URL there should be something like "stable/...". Just change the "stable" after every URL to "testing" and run apt-get update/apt-get upgrade (and eventually apt-get install gcc) again.

Or you could install your server all over again with Debian Sarge which is Debian's 'testing' release, it uses the 'testing' sources as a standard update source. Don't be confused by it's 'testing' status though, experience told me that it has all the stability you can expect from a Debian Woody box, and it uses more modern versions (and as in this case, more compatible) versions of the software you want to install.
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Thanks for the Idea!

But i must see, how my Root Provider can do it with the new Debian!

If they can do and i´ve got then problems i write again in this great forum.

I change the source.list, but the apt-get only upgrade other things not gcc or glibc! Damm!Sad
change stable to sarge
and do
apt-get update
apt-get dist-upgrade
before starting your server, set this environment variable:

export MALLOC_CHECK_=0

in a previous steam version, valve announced this issue was fixed !!!
maybe you should update your steam as well ???

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