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SubjectRe: New 2.0 web page
> > > 	You need to update your *Very* out of date page.
> > > ld.so is 1.8.0, libc is 5.4.2, sysvinit 2.62 just to name a few.
> >
> > His page is right. libc5.4.2 ld.so 1.8.0 are TEST software. I was very
> > impressed with the page and it will put you in the right place.
> >
> > Dont run libc5.4.x unless you are on the gcc list and want fun
> >
> > Alan
>
>This reminds me, there is one small problem with
>linux/Documentation/Changes in reference to the version of libg++ you
>should use. In the process of my recent upgrade I installed libc 5.2.18
>and libg++ 2.7.1.4; I found that C++ programs then produced amazingly
>bogus output. It turns out that libg++ 2.7.1.3 is what you should use
>with libc 5.2.18; libg++ 2.7.1.4 _must_ be used with libc 5.3.x. The
>Changes file should suggest libg++ 2.7.1.3 instead.

By a similar token, I'm still using binutils 2.6.0.2 because version 2.6.0.14
says it requires libc 5.3.something, and managing just fine.

-- Aaron Ucko (ucko@vax1.rockhurst.edu; finger for PGP public key) | httyp!
"That's right," he said. "We're philosophers. We think, therefore we am."
-- Terry Pratchett, _Small Gods_ | Geek Code 3.1 [for explanation, finger
hayden@mankato.msus.edu]: GCS/M/S/C d- s: a18 C++(+++)>++++ UL++>++++ P++
L++>+++++ E- W(-) N++(+) o+ K- w--- O M@ V-(--) PS++(+++) PE- Y(+) PGP(+) t(+)
!5 X-- R(-) tv-@ b++(+++) DI+ !D-- G++(+++) e->+++++(*) h!>+ r-(--)>+++ y?


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