glibc-2.2 configuration

Jason Gurtz jason at tommyk.com
Tue Nov 14 13:55:00 PST 2000


> There is an interesting configuration option that you can use with
> glibc-2.2 :
> --enable-kernel=X.Y.X
> This means that you promise not to run kernels older than X.Y.X with
> this glibc image
> you are building. As a bonus you'll have smaller and more efficient
> glibc ( w/ o fallbacks ).

That seems to be a quite nice option  :)

> So, if you run 2.2.X kernel but asked for --enable-kernel=2.4.0,
> you'll receive <Kernel is too old> and  'll be aborted at min 97 ( out
> of 107 build time, my case ).

Isn't that always the case?  ;)

~jason

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