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LFS-7.5 chapter 6.9 `make check` fails

I am building and installing glibc-2.19 in chapter 6.9 and I encountered this error while executing TIMEOUTFACTOR=16 make -k check | tee glibc-check-log: mv -f ...
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LFS 7.5 - Glibc-2.19 compile errors at section 6.9, are they fatal to my LFS build?

I am using a host Ubuntu 14.04 system, and I am currently going through the Linux From Scratch guide here. At section 6.9, http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/stable/chapter06/glibc.html, after ...
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linux + how to install glibc.i686

I try the following , but I get No package glibc.i686 available. what need to do in order to install the glibc.i686 or maybe other way? yum install glibc.i686 Loaded plugins: product-id, ...
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Libraries crash after installing experimental version of libc6

My Debian system is not booting anymore after installing the experimental version of libc6. I've got this message on boot: /sbin/init: error while loading shared libraries: libsepol.so.1: ...
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Upgrade kernel for linux system without upgrading user apps/libs?

I built a custom Linux "recovery-cd" image that consists of a compressed initrd and boots via bcdedit (like Ubuntu Wubi) instead of a physical CD. It has various recovery tools for partition editing, ...
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Can the wilderness chunk be busy?

I'm curious about one aspect of heap management in linux, and particularly in ubuntu's build of glibc 2.17. I understand that the last chunk in each heap, the top or wilderness chunk, tends to be ...
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How to install multiple glibc on fedora

I have a fedora 4 installed on my computer and it has glibc version 2.5.3, but I want to install a software that needs a glibc 2.7+ . On the other hand, I have some programs that need this 2.5.3 ...
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Is there any way to attach latrace to an already-running process?

I want to trace a running multi-threaded process's library calls. As of 5 November 2012, there's only one way to get ltrace to fully support tracing multi-threaded processes: you must check out and ...
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Eglibc cannot compile suffix of object files while trying to cross compile

I'm currently making my way through Trac's CLFS book. When trying to configure the 32-bit version of EGLIBC-2.15, using the options: BUILD_CC="gcc" CC="${CLFS_TARGET}-gcc ${BUILD32}" \ ...
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How to make linux 'perf record' work for libc and libstdc++ symbols?

I'm using perf record -g on x86-64 Linux to profile a program. Several symbols in libc or libstdc++ have 0 as a parent: __GI___strcmp_ssse3 (libc) and strcmp@plt (libstdc++) for example. (I can ...
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Can I build a linux distro with libc instead of glibc

I recently had a conversation with a friend who is a highly skill software engineer, and he showed me some articles outlining the fact libc was much better than glibc. I wonder if its possible to ...
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Is the Solaris libc based on the GNU libc?

On Solaris´╝Ü basename.c #include <stdio.h> #include <libgen.h> int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { int len = strlen(argv[0]); char *bsname = basename(argv[0]); printf("%s\n", ...
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Where to find the source file of function pause(void) and sigsuspend(set)

I want to find the source file of pause and sigsuspend in the glibc-2.14.1 package. I grep the package and find the file sysdeps/posix/pause.c has a definition of function pause, the code is int ...
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How can I downgrade a glibc version?

I upgraded glibc for a reason that isn't arround anymore so i want to downgrade it again. The stupid thing is a lot of programms rely on glibc at the moment. I still have the 2.4 version on the system ...
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Can new glibc versions be used with an old kernel?

Apparently glibc can be compiled with --enable-kernel to support older kernel versions. However, I haven't been able to find information on what kernel versions are supported on a particular glibc ...
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EGLIBC vs GLIBC on laptops

From what I understand the primary cause of fork/branch of EGLIBC as compared to GLIBC was the problem with patches for ARM that Debian devs wanted to push upstream. I have slightly different ...