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SubjectRe: klibc development release
> klibc is a tiny C library subset intended to be integrated into the
> kernel source tree and being used for initramfs stuff. Thus,
> initramfs+rootfs can be used to move things that are currently in
> kernel space, such as ip autoconfiguration or nfsroot (in fact,
> mounting root in general) into user space.

Could I link 4-clause BSD source against this?
(the GPL is incompatible with the 4-clause BSD license)

> I would particularly appreciate portability comments, since I'm flying
> blind on non-i386 machines (anyone want to send me hardware?),
> although any bug reports would be appreciated.
> I haven't bothered putting a version number on it, since it changes
> quite often. I have also published the CVS repository in the
> directory above.

I could test on PowerPC, but wouldn't be able to tell you
if I'm testing the latest code or not. You don't need to
get creative with the version number; an integer is fine.
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