Upgrading software?

Jochen Schröder jschrod at uni-muenster.de
Tue Jan 14 12:08:49 PST 2003

Ian you misread Dagmars post, that's why I didn't understand what you 
mean. I quote:

 >and /usr/src/linux has historically been
 >a symlink pointing to /usr/src/linux-x.x.xx source that's currently
 >being used (several other packages do look in there for clues when they
 >compile).  /usr/include/linux and /usr/include/asm*/ on the other hand,
 >are supposed to be copied from the kernel source that glibc was built
 >using, and kept there until glibc is next upgraded.

either that or I still don't get it.
[X] Nail here for new monitor

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