How are GNU-Libc and LINUX-Libc related?

How are GNU-Libc and LINUX-Libc related?

Post by Johannes Niggemey » Sat, 03 Dec 1994 19:07:41



Subject says all.
Dose anyone know this. I didn't find anything in the docs.

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1. How are GNU-Libc and LINUX-Libc related?


I just read an interview with Richard Stallman in the German magazie
iX. Here RMS says that the Linux enhancements to glibc will be merged
back into the main distribution, and that HLU is cooperating with
Roland McGrath on that.

Niels
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"here is a man who *would* not take it any more -- here is a man who stood up"
                                 -Travis Bickle

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