saq: SPECS uClibc.spec

Paweł Sakowski pawel at
Mon Aug 20 19:07:10 CEST 2001

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> > Log message:
> > - using %%_kernelsrcdir
> > - WARNING: doesn't build
> I don't think it's good idea... having two versions of uclibc is same
> as having two versions of glibc.

It's not meant for having two different versions of uClibc. Then why use
%_kernelsrcdir? Somebody might use /usr/src/linux for kernel hacking, test
builds, building kernels for other systems (or anything else) and store
proper kernel headers in another directory, e.g. /usr/src/linux-2.4.9. In
this case all you have to do is echo '%_kernelsrcdir

> I guess it should be always build
> with kernel 2.4 headers, for example to enable pivot_root() syscall.

Then you should be happy for the change ;-) Even if you use a 2.2 kernel 
and store its sources in /usr/src/linux, you can force another kernel 
source directory (even if it's stored not in /usr/src/, but in $HOME).

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