You should do
first to generate the "config.in."
Then you need to symbolic links for asm and linux in .../src/include
just like the ones in /usr/include.
"make depend" may generate warnings in
for sources via VPATH. You can ignor
This patch is not needed if you use linux 2.0 or above.
If you compile libc yourself and distribute the binary you should
apply the following patch to <linux/timex.h> if you want the binary
to work with future kernels:
--- timex.h.orig Wed Aug 17 15:48:24 1994
+++ timex.h Wed Aug 17 16:00:04 1994
@@ -88,6 +88,19 @@
struct timeval time; /* (read only) */
long tick; /* (mod
This integrated NYS libc has been tested by quite a few people now
and seem to work correctly. However I do NOT use shadow passwords,
but others have reported success. So please test it out and report
problems to the addresses below.
The NYS library is courtesy of Peter Eriksson <email@example.com>. Please read
ALL the documentation under nys-0.27 (or whatever the current version is).
LINUX NET DISTRIBUTION
Fred N. van Kempen <firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the source of the current "libbsd.a" as I have it
next to the libc 4.3.2. You can safe
This is libio, the GNU C/C++ input/output library.
By default, the library is configured to build t
This is a fast malloc implementation that I wrote several years ago.
I later used it as the basis of
Here is some new stuff for the next library release. statfs.c and
fstatfs.c contain stubs f
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