686 optimized libc6
I need a 686 optimized glibc in order to get work a Database Server.
Where or how can I get it?I have :
ii libc6 2.2.5-11.5
ii libc6-dev 2.2.5-11.5
(Debian 3.0 , kernel 2.4.18)
Von: Hall Stevenson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 4. März 2003 15:56
Betreff: Re: Switch from Gnome to KDE...
At 08:15 PM 3/3/2003 -0800, Leo Spalteholz wrote:
>On March 3, 2003 06:33 pm, Hall Stevenson wrote:
> > * Carla Schroder (email@example.com) [030303 20:19]:
> > > On Monday 03 March 2003 04:26 pm, Hall Stevenson wrote:
> > > > I guess I didn't read close enough... I went and read up at the
> > > > davidpashley site and in it, he has an apt entry for getting
> > > > KDE packages. I used that and am running KDE right now.
> > > >
> > > > Any advantage to using the DEBs from KDE.org instead ??
> > > >
> > > > Hall
> > >
> > > In my experience, they are the most stable and trouble-free, and
> > > they are completely up-to-date. I'm running KDE 3.1 right now
> > > from kde.org, it's very nice. I don't use the KDE desktop itself,
> > > as I like IceWM, but I use a lot of KDE apps. 3.1 is a pretty big
> > > leap from 3.0, I'm very pleased with it.
> > >
> > > The main thing is to use only one source, mixing them up will
> > > cause big troubles! I mixed sources, and ended up manually
> > > removing all KDE pieces, and starting over. That was, er, less
> > > than fun. ;-)
> > I'm running SID or unstable. Is anyone using the KDE.org DEB
> > packages on SID ??
> > Thanks
> > Hall
>If you're running SID you're better off using the KDE in unstable.
>It's compiled with GCC 3.2 so it will be faster than the one from
Good thing I decided to be patient then... I just about removed all of the
KDE packages I got from the SID repository and was going to replace with
the KDE.org ones. I'll leave things alone now.
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