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Old 09-28-2012, 12:58 PM   #717
Kai771
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Thanks for explaining what's happening. Transfering glibc that came with Linaro to Kindle, and making the app use that lib is not something I want to do. I don't want to link them statically either. I want the app to use Kindle's glibc.

So, to rephrase what I said earlier: Ubuntu/Linaro compiled their TC and it's libraries in a way that makes them incompatible with Kindle 3's libraries.

Would you say that this is correct?

If you compile Linaro gcc yourself, you can make it compatible with Kindle 3 (that's what NiLuJe did, I think), but the binaries that ship with Ubuntu, or are distributed from Linaro are not.

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What's your opinion?
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