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Re: Debian will move glibc-2.1?



> > > IMO, glibc 2.1 is still too volatile for general use.  You are free to
> > > build and use it yourself.
> > 
> > OK, I try to glibc 2.1 on my own risk.
> > But, I have to maintain some Debian package.(Just beta test in Japanese
> > Debian users group.) 
> > If I install glibc2.1 on my hamm environment, can I maintain 
> > Debian package for glibc 2.0?
> 
> Yes, but you'll have to install glibc 2.1 so it is not used by default
> when you compile something.

Tnx. All right. It's a reasonable solution.
I'll try so.
---
 Araki Yasuhiro // NAIST  yasuhi-a@is.aist-nara.ac.jp, yasu@Mew.org
    yasu@debian.or.jp 


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