libcap (uclibc)

Chris Buxton cbuxton at
Wed Feb 20 08:48:37 PST 2008

On Feb 19, 2008, at 5:58 PM, Robert Connolly 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.

Actually, as soon as my engineering team figures out how to compile  
with glibc and gcc 4.1.2, we're going to try again with uClibc and gcc  
4.1.2. The main problem so far appears to be gcc 4.1.2.

Chris Buxton
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