On Sat, Mar 18, 2000 at 12:57:29PM +0100, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> Having two independent sets of include files between kernel and userland
> is always a bad idea, but is not *necessarily* broken, and sometimes
> cannot be avoided. The problem is not that the definitions are seperately
> wired, but that they are incompatible - the risk one takes when one creates
> multiple independent definitions.
The problem before that was that using the kernel headers for userland was
a serious problem.
> > Current glibc snapshots and Linuxkernels
> >been fixed to use the same definitions. If not, mail me a brown paperbag.
> Certainly the hardhat-sgi-5.1-tar.gz archive on oss.sgi.com is out of sync
> with any MIPS/Linux kernel sources of which I am aware. The most recent
> version of glibc 2.0 for MIPS that I have been able to find is 2.0.7, and it
> too seems to be out of synch. Which version of glibc has been fixed,
> and where can I download it? Which userland distribution is built with
> the consistent glibc?
Definately no entire distribution, I'm also not sure if I actually did
publish a fixed libc due to another binutils related issue. I'm about to
jump into a plane but could you take a look at
Ralf (Up, up and away ...)