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Old 06-17-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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recompiling g++

So I really want to get steam working without wine on my crunchbang system. In case nobody has ever tried this, the difficulty is that “libc6 >= 2.15″ is not available in the package manager.

I have been debating installing the experiemental version and recompiling g++ and everything else which I break in the process. Any advice, has anyone ever seen a tutorial for this?
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