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> I guess I don't quite understand why you would want to use kernel 2.2
> with glibc 2.2. For embedded purposes, glibc 2.0 will save you a lot
> of space; if you just want the newest stuff unconditionally, use
> kernel 2.4. The specific libc you are using is rather dated anyway.
> While it worked for most purposes it is hardly bug-free. Consider
> using CVS glibc, or the glibc from Florian's Debian build environment.
The original system of my embedded mips board is the kernel 2.2 with the
But the libc-2.0.4 seems not to support POSIX 1003.1c, which cause my
program to fail.
That's the reasion why i want to upgrade the library.
In fact, i prefer to upgrade to libc-2.0.6, but i am not sure whether it
supports POSIX 1003.1c.
On the other hand, i can not find the cross-usable libc-2.0.6 source and
patches or binary tarball for my cross-compiler.
Any suggestions ?