Re: upgrade to glibc-961111

Richard Henderson (richard@atheist.tamu.edu)
Mon, 18 Nov 1996 09:16:01 -0600 (CST)

> 1. when I try to compile anything (for example linux-2.1.10)
> I got this:
[...]
> cc1: /tmp/cca00920.i: No such file or directory

Hmm. Can you run cc1 by hand? Does it die on any input?

> 2. mc can't enter some directories like /usr/lib and /var/tmp
> it shows /usr/z|x and /var/~v instead ...

Any chance you could compile this with debugging info and
trace it? A possibly culprit are the new string routines.

While I've put them through what I thought were exhaustive
tests, I still found bugs for cases that hadn't occurred
to me. On the other hand, I have been using them in my own
libc for over a month now.

> 3. awk complains on unresolved symbol

Silly me made a change without testing, ah well.

> 4. sendmail can't start
> [root@piggy linux]# sendmail -bd
> sendmail: error in loading shared libraries
> : undefined symbol: res_search

This one is just going to have to be recompiled. Ulrich changed
the external symbol to __res_search so that he could load the
library without infringing on namespaces.

I'm currently having problems with the FSF machine getting patches
(I'm a week behind now) but after that's worked out I'll do another
release and fix at least the silliness I know about.

r~

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