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Re: Linux and the latest version

> I want to get the latest CLISP, so that I can use that trick for .lisp
> files, and get all of the other performance enhancements that have
> doubtlessly been added.  Alas, the README file says that I need Linux
> 1.1.86 for the best one, and I have 1.0.9.  Er, just how much do I
> have to re-install to be compatible?  Is the "A" disk set ("base Linux
> system") enough, and is that liable to mess up any of my other stuff?

Well, you simply have to get the complete Kernel-Sources (a 2MB file)
and I think you need gcc 2.5.8 and libc 4.5.26+, but I don't that for
sure. At home I have this configuration and it works. BTW, you should
download a new bdflush, too.

Bye, Oliver