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From: pfaffman@pilot.njin.net (Jay Pfaffman)
Subject: /lib/libm_v2_v11c
Date: 1 Jun 92 20:24:00 GMT
Reply-To: pfaffman@pilot.njin.net (Jay Pfaffman)

I'm trying to get X1.0 running.  I downloaded Xbase1.0 & Xuser1.0 from
banjo and I seem to be missing /lib/libm_v2_11c.  I can't find it in
any of the X or GCC files.  I think I've tried (at least) the obvious
ones, but I imagine I'm mistaken.

Where is /lib/libm_v2_v11c?

thanks.
-- 
Jay Pfaffman, Computer Coordinator        pfaffman@pilot.njin.net
Dwight-Englewood School                   
315 E. Palisade Ave.                      201-569-9500
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From: hlu@yoda.eecs.wsu.edu (H.J. Lu)
Subject: Re: /lib/libm_v2_v11c (offical GCC ftp site for Linux)
Date: 2 Jun 92 01:35:30 GMT

In article <Jun.1.16.23.59.1992.11343@pilot.njin.net> 
pfaffman@pilot.njin.net (Jay Pfaffman) writes:
>I'm trying to get X1.0 running.  I downloaded Xbase1.0 & Xuser1.0 from
>banjo and I seem to be missing /lib/libm_v2_11c.  I can't find it in
>any of the X or GCC files.  I think I've tried (at least) the obvious
>ones, but I imagine I'm mistaken.
>
>Where is /lib/libm_v2_v11c?

Read the version number v2_v11c as 2.11c.

>
>thanks.

In case somebody doesn't know. The official gcc ftp site for Linux is
banjo.concert.net under /pub/Linux/GCC. For now, gcc 2.11c is
officially released. There are also a few testing releases. To use the
the testing gcc, you MUST join the GCC channel.

Before you install the gcc, please read all the release notes up to
the version you are installing.


H.J.

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