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Re: glibc 2.1.3 packages

On Sun, Mar 12, 2000 at 06:21:40PM +0000, Chris Lingard wrote:
> Home made,  started life as a 486  25Mhz 2Mb; and some parts are still original
> Bought a second hand mother board from a game player who wanted a faster machine;
> mother board runs at 66Mhz with K6 clocked at 230 Mhz.  Two 4Gb disks.
> But the big thing is.  Two slabs of SDRAM giving me 192Mb memory.  They were going
> cheap when memory prices crashed about 18 months ago.

Maybe you could do a test for me, just to be sure you can't reproduce the
hole bug. Start with a fresh hurd owned ext2fs partition in new format
(ext2fs 1.18), and unpack the gcc_2.95.2.orig.tar.gz file on it. Then do
fsysopts /mnt -r; fsysopts /mnt -wu

then run

find /mnt -type f -exec smallholes {} \;

where smallholes is the attached program.
> I may post a note about this on April
> 1,  is this a joke day in other parts of the world?



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