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Re: glibc (was: weirdo panic)

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: glibc (was: weirdo panic)
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 18:43:54 +0100

   For glibc-2_3-branch I had to add '#include <stdint.h>' to
   libio/fmemopen.c.  (You have fixed that in HEAD, but not in
   glibc-2_3-branch; I sent you an email about that some days ago but
   didn't get an answer, yet.)

Could you file this in bugzilla for glibc?

   Options to configure were the following:
     --with-headers=[...]/gnumach/include:[...]/hurd/include \
     --without-gd --without-cvs \
     --disable-profile --enable-add-ons

Can you show me the few lines from the compile log before it crashed?
I have a hunch about what is going on...

   I removed {nptl,linuxthreads}/configure before configuring glibc.

That isn't needed.  Nor is --with-headers or --without-gd needed
either, or --enable-add-ons.  On the other hand, you must use
--without-tls, or you will get a totally broken system that is
incapable of working at all.

   What version of glibc is recommended?

"Recommended" is what is in CVS, but you _MUST_ use --without-tls when
compiling it.  But you are on your own when it comes to help...

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