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“Are all my C programs derivatives of libc because they call libc functions and libc functions call into it?”
“You'd still have a device:system at the root, which would also be a device:posix-system providing words to access POSIXy libc functions.”
“The standard C math library, libc, checks to see if the primitive exists, and uses that instead of the IEEE754 variant that is written into the library.”
“The 'compiler' should be considered to include the OS and everything above it, of course, since an exploit could be hidden in the kernel, in libc, ...”
“The downside is, I'm going to need more RAM, since there'll be more kernels and copies of libc and so on lying about consuming space.”
“The code doesn't link against external libraries, be they of bigint, cryptographic or other flavour; an available libc is sufficient.”
“Loading modules: [ld. so.1 libc. so.1 libnvpair. so.1 libuutil. so.1]:: objects BASE LIMIT SIZE NAME”
“Good site with builds of Phoenix compiled with Anti-aliased Font Support, as well as instructions on how to build it yourself, if you don't use RH8 (the binaries for linux require libc 2. 3.x).”
“NEW_VERSION/lib/libc. so.4 where NEW_VERSION is the new version of the library you're installing.”
“So when we say "uses Jump Tables version 4.2" we mean it uses the actual library itself,/lib/libc. so.4.2.”
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