> I am using linux-2.6-glibc23-i686 in FC6 box to compile audio and
> video application, what is the equivelant glibc I can use in Debian?
> I searched following result, could not find similar glibc23 package.
> $ apt-cache search glibc
Try something like
$apt-cache search --names-only glibc
glibc-doc - GNU C Library: Documentation
libc6-pic - GNU C Library: PIC archive library
libg++18.104.22.168-glibc2.2 - The GNU C++ extension library - runtime version
libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2 - The GNU stdc++ library
glibc-doc-reference - GNU C Library: Documentation
libc6 - GNU C Library: Shared libraries
Basically, you are looking for libc6.
glibc = "GNU C Library". glibc 2.x in Linux uses the soname libc.so.6. The
soname is often abbreviated as libc6.
> How can I install the source code to a local rather than to /usr
apt-get source package_name
The above command does not need any special permissions. You can unpack the
source code in any directory you wish.
You might also need another command such as
apt-get build-dep package_name
this will automatically install all the dependencies necessary for compiling
Kamaraju S Kusumanchi
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