Re: glibc 2.3.2 reinstalling from sources failed
please do not answer me in private mail when the conversation started on
the list. This is not your personal support forum.
"Dmitry M. Chepel" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello Frank,
> Sanks for attention!
> FK> Why don't you have a look at the glibc source package? 2.3.2.ds1 is in
> FK> sarge, after all.
> if you speak about package receiving after
> apt-get source *2.3.2.ds1*
> than I has only Sarge Disk 1 and 2.
> And didn't want to download other disks.
> But if exists only this path I do it.
It seems as if one of the user lists (firstname.lastname@example.org, or
email@example.com) would be more appropriate. After
apt-get source glibc
with appropriate entries in your sources list you shouldn't get any
disks. You get the debianized sources, with all the patches and the
configure options used. Anyway, AFAIK compiling glibc is not trivial -
you should expect that things go wrong, and that you need to do a lot of
> if i download this needed disk what kinf of command string to
> script configure I need to type for compile default glibc?
> --enable-add-ons=linuxthreads or I must find nptl for
> glibc 2.3.2 and configure with him
> --with-tls /--without-tls or without this key of command string
> for safe bunitils
Either I don't understand your problem, or you don't understand what
debian/rules is for.
> Q: I can build and install glibc only from source package
> fork smallest time to work?
I don't understand this sentence.
Frank Küster, Biozentrum der Univ. Basel
Abt. Biophysikalische Chemie