? about building 64-bit glibc with UL 1.0

Steve Munroe sjmunroe at us.ibm.com
Sat Jun 7 04:52:21 EST 2003

> Where am I supposed to restore these files? Under the glibc-2.2 source
> directory? Even with it(which would seem correct since the glibc spec
> file has the "cd ../kernel-headers" in it)?

If you are building for that machine, you can use the kernel headers in
/usr/include/[asm|linux]. This is the default.

If you also plan to build new kernels then you will need separate kernel
headers directories. You can put these headers almost anywhere, but you
need to tell glibc configure where they are using the --with-headers=

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