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Re: ppc64



On Sun, 8 Jun 2003, Balint Cristian wrote:

> A asure you too from my ibook:
> 
> [root@xxxxx FILMS]# rpm -qa | grep glibc
> glibc-kernheaders-2.4-8.17
> glibc-common-2.3.2-48
> glibc-devel-2.3.2-48
> glibc-2.3.2-48
> [root@xxxxx FILMS]# telnet rezso.rdsor.ro 22
> Trying 212.93.155.178...
> telnet: connect to address 212.93.155.178: Connection refused
> [root@xxxxx FILMS]# telnet ftp.redhat.com 21
> Trying 66.187.232.51...
> Connected to ftp.redhat.com.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> 220 Red Hat FTP server ready. All transfers are logged. (FTP)
> ^]
> telnet> quit
> Connection closed.

	Okay... the only thing that I see is that I'm still at glibc -45 
and not -48.
	
> > though (with the file command), it is merely a 32-bit program and so are
> > the libraries.  I guess it's some other bug that was introduced.
> > 	mod_webapp is also having trouble.
> 
> I think you missed something ?belive me i have _NO_ problems on my ibook.

	Okay... Now where the heck is the problem then?  Very strange.  
I'll have to screw around a bit and see if I can find out what the heck is 
causing this!  ARGE!

> _ALL_ ppc rawhide now are 32 bit except kernel and glibc64 (the 64bit version 
> of glibc).I think (maybe i am wrong) redhat killed ppc64 tree the 64 bit 
> version of rawhide because of idea that on real 64 bit machines only kernel 
> is running 64 bit mode the userland is 32 bit just like sparc64 was once upon 
> a time just like x86_64 is right now, its faster way to run your system dont 
> ask me why the idea to run in that way is more older ...
> 
> So in futere i think you will never see ppc64 anymore only glibc64 and kernel
> in 64 bit.

	Cool... okay.  

					...Jeff


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