[klibc] Stable version
aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 08:13:12 PST 2006
On 1/27/06, Jeff Bailey <jbailey at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Le vendredi 27 janvier 2006 à 07:48 -0500, Jeff Bailey a écrit :
> > FWIW, klibc 1.1.16 is being used to boot Ubuntu Dapper systems and has
> > been since the 16th of January.
> Should also mention here that by booting I mean both NFS Root and
> Harddisk root systems. All told, I think we exercise fstype, insmod,
> ipconfig, nfsmount, run-init, and sleep from the utilities. Everything
> else is provided by busybox.
Hmm, not too keen on the Ubuntu naming scheme... is Dapper your
'testing' branch? My setup is rather similar. I'd be curious to know
if you do anything different from the debian initramfs-tools setup.
Do you copy klibc to the kernel, and build a default initramfs in, or
just build a image to be specified by the boot loader?
Right now I do have something nice setup with 1.1.16, however, I'm
hesitant to "ship it" as they say, and it's mainly just a semantic
thing with 1.1.16 being "testing" and all.
Thanks for the input guys,
I really appretiate the whole klibc suite.
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