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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by twhiting9275, Nov 5, 2002.

  1. twhiting9275

    twhiting9275 Well-Known Member

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    Ok, can we stop with the glibc updates already (or fix the problems that exist in glibc). EACH and every time glibc is updated, one file for quite a few redhat systems (/usr/include/bits/types.h) dissapears, or is returned blank. NOT COOL!

    I'm to the point where I'll just submit a bug report each and every time this updates (and with as many serves as I manage, that's really not a wise idea).

    I realize this is beta software, and it's GREAT that it's out there, but this is more than ridiculous already. MORE than one application has failed to compile because this file just doesn't exist.

    At first I thought it asjust my server, but alas, it's not. I manage enough servers to make my head spin sometimes, and it's affecting 99.999% of these servers.
     
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    [quote:819a1bb530][i:819a1bb530]Originally posted by twhiting9275[/i:819a1bb530]

    Ok, can we stop with the glibc updates already (or fix the problems that exist in glibc). EACH and every time glibc is updated, one file for quite a few redhat systems (/usr/include/bits/types.h) dissapears, or is returned blank. NOT COOL!

    I'm to the point where I'll just submit a bug report each and every time this updates (and with as many serves as I manage, that's really not a wise idea).

    I realize this is beta software, and it's GREAT that it's out there, but this is more than ridiculous already. MORE than one application has failed to compile because this file just doesn't exist.

    At first I thought it asjust my server, but alas, it's not. I manage enough servers to make my head spin sometimes, and it's affecting 99.999% of these servers.


    [/quote:819a1bb530]
    I read another thread and think using
    /scripts/fixheaders
    will solve the problem
     

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