>>>>> Andreas Jaeger writes:
> I would appreciate if you could build glibc and test it really hard.
> I do expect problems in the following areas:
> - definitions don't match between kernel and glibc. I've used the
> latest 2.3 release. The glibc will not run with Linux 2.0.x.
> - Bugs in glibc itself. glibc 2.2 is not released yet. I strongly
> advise to use a chroot environment for testing. Don't install the
> CVS version yet, it contains lots of new and untested code in
> comparison with glibc 2.1.
> - binutils (use Ulf's version) and compiler (egcs 1.1.2 get internal
> compiler errors in some cases). I'm trying to get gcc 2.96 CVS
> running but do appreciate your help in testing and fixing.
Upps, I was to fast. I should have added that the handling of
floating point numbers seems to be quite broken. I haven't had time
to investigate whether this is a bug in glibc, kernel (at least
partially - we do need a real FPU emulation!) or gcc.
Feel free to send patches to fix this ;-)
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