Marek Habersack (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
> ** On May 27, Ed Carp scribbled:
> > George (email@example.com) writes:
> > > Since when do you link your kernel with Xlib?
> > Oh, I see your point. No, if Xlib is linked with any utilities I try to
> > provide with the kernel, I have to include Xlib as well, and it's not fea=
> > to do tha on a floppy-based router.
> Geez, man! How in a world would you like to compile a 90MB source tree on a
> floppy router?? First show us a way to do that, then moan about Xlib.
Oh, *please*. You don't *develop* on a floppy-based system...but you have to
include Xlib with your executables.
Are you being deliberately dense, or is it that you don't understand how
dynamic libraries work?
-- Ed Carp, N7EKG firstname.lastname@example.org 940/367-2744 cell phone http://www.pobox.com/~erc
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