> : Completly unrelated - the new libc 960501 is significantly better than
> : the old. I've just built a usable bash and do a native recompile of
> : the lib to get rid of some crosscompiltion artefacts.
> Cool. Your system is sounding stable if it is able to do that. libc
> isn't small :-)
You think this is *big*? I've already stripped all local symbols out of
the archive. Otherwise libc.a would be far bigger.
Indeed my system is relativly useable now. Crash reason #1 during the
last time was my IDE disk, which I already had thrown away because of
too many read errors ... I just had digged it out again because I don't
own no other IDE disk. The whole thing is however still not 100%
reliable. The stupid thing with the remaining bugs that crash the kernel
is, that they rarely leave a useable information for debugging - but I'm
working on 'em.