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SubjectRe: [linux-dvb] compiling on 2.6.28 broken?
> > 
> > Attached two strace logs, one for the failed version, one for the
> working version.
> >
> I'd have expected to see stat() returning -EOVERFLOW, but it isn't there.
> googling around a bit seems to indcate that this might be a glibc issue:
> But the traces are all using stat64() and fstat64(). And why would it
> just start occurring now?

If that would be glibc related i would expect that other programs will fail with the very same behaviour - but i didnt notice that up to now. Nearly all programs are using glibc.

Since the error doesnt come up with what changed afterwards which may touch that source?

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