You should do
first to generate the "config.in." and make sure you have the proper
symbolic links for asm and linux in /usr/include.
"make depend" may generate warnings in
for sources via VPATH. You can ignore them
Then you can d
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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