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On 25 Aug 2000, Goswin Brederlow wrote:

> So lstat64 get the size from the internl inode structure and that uses
> a 32 Bit value for the size on 32 Bit systems. There is no way to get
> the correct size for big files.

Rebuild your ls to use stat64. This is an intentional deviation from LFS
by the kernel -- it should work properly with newer versions of glibc.


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