For those of us without Redhat 5 I see that glibc 2 has been released on
Slackware 2.5 in the slackware/contrib/ directory - available at your
nearest Slackware mirror.
ps. I havn't tried it yet!
> For those of us without Redhat 5 I see that glibc 2 has been released on
> Slackware 2.5 in the slackware/contrib/ directory - available at your
> nearest Slackware mirror.
> ps. I havn't tried it yet!
Maybe Larry could provide a libc5 version of the new BMRT?
(In case he still has access to a libc5-based box.) I think
at the moment it is still too early to completely switch
to glibc. Many users still have the old libc on their systems.
May be different in 6 or so months.
Remove n.o-s.p.a.m. to obtain my real address.
In seeking the unattainable,
simplicity only gets in the way.
-- ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982
As a (long-time) Slackware user I seem to be falling behind in BMRT
releases because of glibc problems. The last version of BMRT I can run
is 2.4c, even after upgrading to Slackware 7 (glibc 2.1.2) today :-(
My question is - what other distro's is it known to run on well, apart
from RH 5.2 and 6? I'd rather not have to go the RH route.
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