LFS-6.6, Stage2, glibc, nscd.c:442
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 12:19:49 PDT 2010
Paul Rogers wrote:
> As seems
> indicated by the current situation, someone should adopt a QC role, and
> have one system that trails, i.e. has exactly the package versions
> specified in the HSR, and verifies that each version of LFS does in fact
> install flawlessly with those prerequisites.
> I began programming in 1966, FORTRAN II, on an IBM-1620
I started in 1965. I still have my FORTRAN (not II) manual. I also
used an IBM-1620. The mass storage device was punched cards.
Also IBM 7090/7094, IBM 360 Series 60, and CDC 6600.
>> You don't have any standing to 'expect' anything from us. You can
>> suggest, but with your attitude, my reaction is to push back and
>> say no, even if that's wrong.
> Petulance? You need ego strokes for "being helpful"? Such is
> "professionalism", eh? People report problems and you blow them off?
> Why are you involved?
No, not petulance, frustration. You report a problem doing things
*your* way and we *did* try to help. We ask for your help in confirming
the problem in a way we can duplicate and you say no. Who is being
> So what's your argument? "We'll put whatever we please in our book,
> and whether it works for you or not is none of our concern?" Why
My argument is that we will fix problems that we can confirm. I still
don't see why you won't help us help you.
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