Re: [Richard Stallman <firstname.lastname@example.org>] Re: Debian & BSD concerns
>>>>> Joseph Carter writes:
JC> glibc can be compiled natively on a BSD system, or rather I know
JC> it can be on FreeBSD in particular, not sure about other BSD's.
I wasn't aware this had been fixed again (since 1.09.1). In that
case, you should file a bug against glibc-2.1, because its README says
it only works on GNU/Hurd and GNU/Linux systems, plus ARM standalone.
If it hasn't been fixed, then you have your work cut out for you,
because a helluva lot has changed from 1.09.1 to 2.1. It was hard
enough getting the Hurd to work again with 2.1, even though it worked
fine with 2.0.
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