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Bug Description: (Quoted from Bug Report)

"After the Precise Pangolin upgrade, it appears that libgoogle-glog-dev and libgoogle-glog0 are not available. Without the -dev package, asgard cannot be compiled. Without -glog0, it may not be dpkg'd. We should find a solution for this problem pretty fast."

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*This directly effects at least 1 member of our team

This issue has been posted as a bug on Launchpad:

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Please remember to accept/upvote the best answer(s) to your question when possible (tick/check mark on the left). This way, the question is marked as "answered" and future readers can refer to it knowing the solution works. Thank you...:) – izx Sep 11 '12 at 18:17

Also posted to bug tracker

  1. Here's why it was pulled from Precise -- at the request of the Debian QA team:

  2. If a ppa will do, 0.3.1-1ubuntu1 (from Oneiric) appears to compile just fine on Precise.

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