| Subject: Re: [ILUG] glibc and the Linux libc fork
| Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 18:07:55 +0100
| From: Belgarath <belgarath at webangel.ie>
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| > If anyone knows any other sources of info that I didn't reference,
| > I'd be happy to hear about them.
for fsck's sake, please trim the posts.
c.35 lines when c.4 would do is absurd;
if nothing else, it's very difficult to
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had a fine French dinner — implying a GOOD wine this very
evening — so perhaps a bit more annoyed than usual ;-\ ),
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