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Re: How to build glibc?

On Fri, Oct 03, 1997 at 04:14:02AM -0500, Guy Maor wrote:
> Santiago Vila Doncel <sanvila@unex.es> writes:
> > Yes, Debian patches for 2.0.4 are 671139 bytes long (gzipped!).
> > We would need to improve our source package format to avoid this...
> Those are largely the kernel include files.
> I've got plenty of hard drive space free and a reasonably fast
> machine, so I'll try to build it tomorrow.  If everything works, I'll
> fix any simple packaging-type bugs in the bug system and make a
> non-maintainer release.

I will also give it a try, probably this afternoon.

> Should I update the kernel include files to 2.0.30 ?

As has already been stated, no.  2.0.31 will be released in about a
week (as soon as Linus gets back).

David Engel                        ODS Networks
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