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Wed Feb 20 06:23:25 PST 2008
On Feb 19, 2008 7:58 PM, Robert Connolly <robert at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday February 19 2008 08:39:20 pm Chris Buxton wrote:
> > I got the uClibc book to work almost all the way through - I had some
> > problems near the end of chapter 6, but I overcame them by replacing
> > some packages with busybox. However, I quickly thereafter ran into
> > problems with some proprietary software that needed to be installed,
> > and was forced to start over with glibc.
> There's a package called 'statifier'. If you can get it to work (it works,
> with patience), that will link all dependency libraries into programs and
> shared libraries. This way you can run ati's xorg libraries which are linked
> to glibc, on a uclibc host without glibc libraries. You can even use glibc
> files from a distro if you don't have them available.
I take it this is the program you are mentioning?
>From what it reads, am I correct to say that this must be done on a
glibc system first, and then have the created file moved to a uClibc
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