Thanks, that's exactly what I needed to know.
On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, Ulf Carlsson wrote:
> > I take this to mean that we may soon have a working glibc 2.1.xx for MIPS?
> Yes, it's just a matter of recompiling everything against it. Keith
> Wesolowski is doing this. We have found some minor problems with
> glibc that we haven't been able to resolve yet. There is some bug in
> the dynamic linker, it tries to resolve symbols that aren't there in
> some packages.
> There is also a problem with compiling gcc 2.96 natively, but I
> actually think that's a problem in gcc 2.96. It shouldn't try to
> generate jump instructions like it does that in PIC code. I think the
> bootstrapping of gcc 2.96 currently is broken, but that's not a MIPS
> Note that glibc 2.1 never will run on MIPS, glibc 2.1.90 is the
> development version for the forthcoming glibc 2.2.