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SubjectRe: SLOW SLOW SLOW tar with 2.2.0
Michael Talbot-Wilson wrote:
> On 28 Jan 1999, Ulrich Drepper wrote:
> > glibc 2.1 (currentlz 2.0.111) with nscd.
> Uli, can we please have a RELEASE of glibc? It is now a "stable"
> kernel series. Do we have to use an ALPHA libc with it? The last
> release was 2.0.6, and you long ago were telling people who fell
> over the bugs in it to upgrade.
> Also, is the crypt for 2.0.111 on the .no site? There has been no
> sign there of a glibc-crypt versioned for recent glibc alphas. How
> are foreigners supposed to get it? I'm guessing that the version
> that is there will work with all later versions of glibc, but that
> is not what you say in the documentation, you say there is a
> corresponding version, IIRC.

There is in fact a corresponding version. Watch:

And it's working like a charm for me at least...


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