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Re: glibc 2.2.3-9 on alpha/ppc

On Mon, Aug 06, 2001 at 12:53:29AM -0400, Ben Collins wrote:
> > The glibc build rules doesn't correctly find the headers installed.
> > There are bugs filed on this, both on glibc and kernel-headers (for
> > providing too many) but I can't find the numbers because brainfood
> > is down.
> The glibc rules aren't responsible for "finding" anything. They are
> responsible for defining them. If ppc doesn't have 2.4 kernel headers,
> there's the bug, not in glibc.

Sorry about that, the "bug" in glibc I was referring to appears to
have been fixed.  A while ago, building on powerpc would fail if
you had either -sparc headers or multiple kernel header packages

To me, the real bug is having N kernel header packages.  I'm
assuming that they all describe the same binary kernel interface,
otherwise packages are forced depend on a particular type of
kernel header.  And if they all describe the same binary kernel
interface, why do we need N of them?


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