Re: Fwd: Re: Bug 171659 is holding back most of testing
171659 is not holding back testing. I've spoken with both bdale and aj
to let them know that I'm working with upstream on fixing this.
The m68k bug (175526) is a far greater threat since, last I checked,
none of us knew the cause of it.
That said - upstream hasn't started the sunrpc reimplementation yet, so
if you (or others reading this list) want to help, please let me know.
I'm a bit swamped with school right now to start a big project like
that. Otherwise it's on my list of things to hack on in March.
On Sun, Jan 19, 2003 at 02:58:12PM +0100, Johan Walles wrote:
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> From: Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Johan Walles <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Bug 171659 is holding back most of testing
> Date: 19 Jan 2003 12:41:57 +0100
> Johan Walles wrote:
> > sön 2003-01-19 klockan 11.05 skrev Martin Schulze:
> > > Johan Walles wrote:
> > > > The problem is that glibc's RPC implementation seems to be non-free
> > > > according to the DFSG. There *are* a few other bugs holding back glibc
> > >
> > > Ouch! Are the glibc guys working on this?
> > I have no idea. From what I understand, FSF (or whoever it was)
> > considers SUN's RPC license to be compatible with LGPL (and thus glibc),
> > so they don't see this as a problem. OTOH, DFSG seems to say that it is
> > not OK for Debian to ship in main. So, AFAICT, it *could* come down to
> > that somebody from the Debian project has to re-implement SUN RPC.
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