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SubjectRe: rlim_t and DNS?

Yep, it is libc5. i have 1 glibc system and they both have the files
you've mentioned. :( either i'll have to upgrade to glibc (no small task)
or use 8.2.3 for now..the previous 8.2.2 series was compiling ok for me.
Unless someone has a workaround i might try for 9?

-Tony
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Anthony J. Biacco Network Administrator/Engineer
thelittleprince@asteroid-b612.org Intergrafix Internet Services

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On Thu, 1 Feb 2001, Peter Samuelson wrote:

>
> [Admin Mailing Lists]
> > i have no bits directory
>
> Really? What version of libc, and on what Linux distro? I thought all
> versions of glibc2 had /usr/include/bits/.
>
> If you are using libc4 or libc5, it is not surprising if the BIND
> people didn't notice the problem -- they probably didn't try it.
>
> Peter
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