libc.so is not supposed to be a symlink, it's a linker script.
>3) I untar'd glibc-2.0.7pre6 (and thread and crypt) and after I finally
> managed to get it to compile I tried to make install. But it didn't
> go into /lib. Do I have to manually install it in /lib?
You didn't RTFM, you need to use --prefix=/usr to get it to install in /lib.
 README, INSTALL, and FAQ in the glibc sources.
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