jdj at darkside.dynup.net
Thu Nov 30 03:43:43 PST 2000
I forgot what switches I used, but the only packages I needed to patch
were gcc-2.95.2 and db-3.1.17.
The libdb.so distributed with previous versions of glibc appears to have
defined a dbopen() function, which many ./configure scripts test for
(although the packages don't seem to actually use the function). I made a
quick patch, posted somewhere on the lfs-apps list (Glibc-2.2, nss-2.2,
and db-3.1.17 was the title i believe), that will define this function in
libdb just to make those scripts happy.
Other than those two issues, I have had very little trouble with 2.2. Oh,
and it fixes the lynx compile bug! :)
On Thu, Nov 30, 2000 at 01:29:28PM +0100, Hendrik Volker Brunn wrote:
> Mind telling me, which switches you used on glibc-2.2 and which packages
> had to be patched?
> Despite all the medical advances of the 20th century,
> the mortality rate remains unchanged at 1 death per
> ## Linux 2.4.0-test11 running on an i586 ##
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