Originally Posted by tronica
i can't get w32codecs to install,
not sure what to do here. if i use the apt-get --force-depends, that will probally just give me problems. can anyone steer me in the right direction.
You have a line in your sources.list that is using packages built against a newer libc6 than you have installed. From the looks of it your using sid so put this in your sources.list and apt-get update then try the install again you will probably want to remove/comment out the other line.
## Various Multimedia Helper Apps Mplayer, Real, w32codecs, etc.. ##
deb http://debian-multimedia.org sid main
BTW it is better to use the code option when including information in a post using quote it disappears when you try to reply which makes referring to it a pain.