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SubjectRe: Missing source files for standard libraries
Yesterday, Paul G. Allen wrote:
> I'm working on a game engine and there's a bug (actually, more than one
> ;) causing seg faults within different functions in the C/C++ libraries
> (e.g. - stdlib). I installed all the development stuff from the Red Hat
> CD's, do I need to get the gcc source or something in order to get these
> files?

most likely you need the glibc-devel package, or potentially the glibc
sources, I'm not sure how RH packages it... but in either case stdlib
is user space, not kernel space, so wrong list. ;)


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