lkml on sanitized headers - glibc breakage
Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au
Sat May 24 20:26:18 PDT 2003
Greg Schafer wrote:
> On Sun, May 25, 2003 at 12:14:55AM +0200, Voluspa wrote:
>>An issue which affects all DIY-'distros' surfaced on lkml recently.
>>I thought it proper to have a pointer in the lfs-dev archives as well:
>>2003-05-18 Recent changes to sysctl.h breaks glibc linux-ker Martin Schlemmer
>>2003-05-21  Recent changes to sysctl.h breaks glibc linux-ker Eric W. Biede
> Thanks for the nice summary.
> Yes. I spotted this thread a few days ago and read it with interest and came
> away concerned. I don't have anything to add as I haven't done any heavy
> testing with 2.5.x yet. Haven't seen much on the libc lists either but that
> is not surprising seeing as glibc development is heavily influenced by RH.
> This issue looks like something we MUST keep a close eye on as 2.5.x/2.6
> nears release.
That explains why I have been smashing my head against a brick wall for
the last week :-/
"Sanitized headers" hey... great... %$^#&$^#...
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