On Fri, 3 May 2002, Alan Cox wrote:
> > Thank you. I will try replacing the glibc. If I understand right (I'm
> > not a programmer) I will need to recompile the kernel, and possibly some
> > other programs, against the i386 glibc. Correct?
> You don't. You just need to replace the i686 rpm of glibc with the i386 one
> and all should be well
Note you probably will need to use the --force flag for this to work...
(At least I needed to use --force when going from i386 to i686 RH7.0 glibc
rpm last night as it complained about conflicting files otherwise...)
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