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Re: How to recompile the package (glibc) from the source?

   --On Mon, Nov 16, 1998 12:40 pm -0600 "Oleg Krivosheev" <kriol@fnal.gov>

   > hi, All
   > is there good way to recreate package from source 
   > (glibc in particulary)? I've got glibc_2.0.7u-5.diff.gz,
   > glibc_2.0.7u-5.dsc and glibc_2.0.7u.orig.tar.gz, but
   > they looks like usual tarballs...
   > What is the magic which can get me glibc*deb etc?

   You want all three.

   dpkg-source -x <name>.dsc
   cd <name>
   debian/rules binary

   as root.  

just did it...

compiled with gcc from latest slink - 
libc6_2.0.7u-5_i386.deb is about 586000 bytes,
removed all and recompiled with egcc 
(again, latest slink), got
libc6_2.0.7u-5_i386.deb a bit more 
then 620000 bytes. Checked with
ftp.debian.org - libc6_2.0.7u-5_i386.deb
is around 609000.

Is there is something i've missed?
any ideas?



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