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RE: How to build subversion to run and various Linux systems?

From: Jing-Reng Huang <jrhuang_at_realtek.com.tw>
Date: 2004-08-11 03:33:56 CEST

>I seriously doubt it is possible to create a single binary that will run
>on every system. Even with static compiling, the C libraries and other
>system libs have changed too much from (for example) Red Hat 7.2 to 9.

  That's true. I had built static-linked binary packages in Redhat 7.3 and found
   it cannot be executed well in RHEL 3 x86 or x86_64. After several trial-run
   in different distributions, I found the Mandrak 9 is an ideal platform to built binary.

  Is there anyone know the real reason?
Received on Wed Aug 11 03:34:33 2004

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