glibc/eglibc, convert to TI-RPC...
Thu Sep 1 20:35:00 GMT 2011
On 1 Sep 2011, email@example.com wrote:
> On Thursday 01 September 2011 21:08:02 Bill Pringlemeir wrote:
>> It seems that newer versions of glibc and eglibc use a 'TI-RPC'.
>> Is anyone aware of a FAQ/Howto on TI-RPC conversion? Are there
>> RPC api changes or just library and header adjustments?
>> For now, I rebuilt with 2.13 but I understand that IPv6 support is
>> probably good to have as standard.
> I already sent an RFC about two months ago:
Thanks Yann. Resolution are to have 'TI-RPC' as a package and make that
a pre-requisite for the other packages and use it's include paths, etc.
Alternately figure out how not to use RPC, if a packages './configure'
supports it... Or stick with 2.13.
I don't think the package I was building with was related to NFS.
There is no "--with-rpc=" option to the e?glibc.
This looks like the current repository,
I am sure I read your original message. Some how, I didn't think it
would affect me at that time... I might try 2.14 again some time.
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