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|Originally Published: Thursday, 15 February 2001||Author: TuneUp Staff|
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Get Large File Summit (LFS) support in Debian: The only reason Debian/Woody doesn't support files larger than 2GB (on 32-bit archs) is because the glibc package is compiled against kernel 2.2 headers. If you have a Woody system with a 2.4.x kernel, you can get LFS support by simply recompiling glibc. All you need to do is to make sure /usr/src/linux points to your...