klibc 1.5.20-1 source package in Ubuntu
klibc (1.5.20-1) unstable; urgency=high * New upstream release - ipconfig: fix infinite loop. (closes: #552554) - ipconfig: fix multiple dns domains. (closes: #594208) * klibc-utils.postinst: Nuke non empty dirs too. (closes: #594651) klibc (1.5.19-1) unstable; urgency=high * New upstream release - resume: silence warning on resume try. (closes: #586006) - sh4: syscalls fixes. (closes: #578076) * Fix doc symlinks on upgrade. (closes: #588763) Thanks Sven Joachim <email address hidden>. * Pump standard version to 3.9.1 without changes. -- Colin Watson <email address hidden> Tue, 07 Sep 2010 12:34:40 +0100
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- diff from 1.5.18-1 to 1.5.20-1 (6.5 KiB)
Binary packages built by this source
- klibc-utils: small utilities built with klibc for early boot
This package contains a collection of programs that are linked
against klibc. These duplicate some of the functionality of a
regular Linux toolset, but are typically much smaller than their
full-function counterparts. They are intended for inclusion in
initramfs images and embedded systems.
- klibc-utils-floppy-udeb: No summary available for klibc-utils-floppy-udeb in ubuntu natty.
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floppy- udeb in ubuntu natty.
- klibc-utils-udeb: No summary available for klibc-utils-udeb in ubuntu natty.
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- libklibc: No summary available for libklibc in ubuntu natty.
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- libklibc-dev: kernel headers used during the build of klibc
This package contains the set of kernel headers that were required to
build klibc and the utilities that ship with it. This may or may
not be a complete enough set to build other programs that link against
klibc. If in doubt, use real kernel headers instead.
- libklibc-udeb: minimal libc subset for use with initramfs
klibc is intended to be a minimalistic libc subset for use with
initramfs. It is deliberately written for small size, minimal
entanglement, and portability, not speed. It is definitely a work in
progress, and a lot of things are still missing.