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SubjectRe: High UID support for Linux
25-Nov-98 10:55 you wrote:
>>And at that point, they
>>might as well just switch to glibc.

> Get back to me when an a.out glibc that can fit on an install
> floppy is written [2].


> [1: and probably is.]
> [2: libc 4.8.0 is 412 blocks long; if glibc is clocking in at
> that size range, please let me know.]

Libc 4.7.2 is 620K here, glibc 2.0.7 is 632K here. Not so big dfference to me
(hint -- you do not need debug info in glibc library on installation floppy :-)
And why you need a.out after all ???




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