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Old 11-20-2012, 09:42 PM   #1
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LXer: HOWTO: Rebuild Glibc on Slackware ARM 14.0 for the Raspberry Pi


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This guide will explain how to rebuild core glibc libraries to use the greater capability of the Raspberry Piís on-board ARM 1176JZF-S CPU. The process is not terribly involved, but using NFS for the build space took 8-1/2 hours, even with the CPU overclocked to 900 MHz.Also, check out the previous article, not particularly Linux, but interesting to techies. - gus3

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