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Old 11-15-2004, 09:23 PM   #1
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Had to get different version glibc.

I am building my LFS now (using the 6.0 2004-10-10 version). I am in chapter 5 and in order to get glibc to build I had to download the 2004-11-15 (glibc-20041115.tar.bz2) snapshot. It compiled, will I have any problems? The one they said to download just wasn't working. I still did the sed command to make the version show up as 2.3.4


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