Re: compile problems with glibc
On Fri, 13 Feb 1998, Adam Heath wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Feb 1998, Dale Scheetz wrote:
> > My only suggestion is that you match your kernel to the glibc you are
> > using. The 2.0.x series glibc goes with the 2.0.y kernels, while you will
> > need a 2.1.x series glibc to work properly with a 2.1.y kernel. This means
> > that if you wish to continue to do development with a 2.1 series kernel
> > you will need to get a current snapshot of the 2.1 series glibc.
> Nope, nada, zilch. I am using 2.0.6-3, soon to be 2.0.7pre1-1(as soon as it
> finished download the entire upgrade bunch). I am running 2.1.86, and can
> compile programs that work fine. I also run 2.0.33 with no problems.
I believe you missed my point. The 2.1 series glibc is not only intended
to be used with 2.1 kernel headers, but I believe that it incorporates
some of the fixes you are looking for. There are some fundamental changes
in the header structure of the 2.1 kernels and this is only reflected in
the 2.1 series glibc. So, match a glibc version to your kernel headers
version, both in the 2.1 series and you should find your bug is repaired.
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