make LDFLAGS=-static gives error "undefined reference to `getloadavg'"

Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Fri Nov 3 07:25:26 PST 2000

> the only thing i know relating to glibc is the debian libc6 packages.
> even the debian unstable is only  libc6 2.1.95-1, so where would i
> look for glibc2.2?
> as for whats on my debian stable (potato), i have:
> ii  libc6	2.1.95-1	GNU C Library: Shared libraries and Timezone data
> ii  libc6-dev	2.1.3-10	GNU C Library: Development Libraries and Header
> Files.

Right, Glibc-2.1.95 are the alpha glibc versions that eventually become 

> are there any any further commands to provide info for getting at the
> suspected problem with my static C library?

Install redhat 6.x that uses a Glibc-2.1.x setup which isn't alpha software

Gerard Beekmans

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