Re: MEDit Free Revisited.

From: Crimson Wizard (cwizard@GIBLETS.COM)
Date: 07/14/97

On Mon, 14 Jul 1997, Chris Jacobson wrote:

> On 7/14/97 7:16 AM, Patrick J. Dughi (dughi@IMAXX.NET) stated:
> >        Go ahead and free it. If you're smart, you've probably got a
> >builders port - which is probably also your coding port. This memory leak
> >can be contained to this port - its the only place where medit is being
> >used alot... it won't affect players. The other will assumedly be rebooted
> >on a frequent basis - thus the leak will not usually affect anything.
> Well I don't own the system its running on, thus I cannot easily update
> libc... or can I?  Could I put a libc locally, and have it use >that< ?
> - Chris Jacobson

You will not be able to override the system defined libraries... most of
which are in /lib.  I would send a courteous email to the admin asking him
if he/she would kindly update their libraries to the latest stable
releases.  Personally I am working with 5.2.18 and it works just fine on
my little unix system.

BTW:  If you are looking for space to house a DEVELOPMENTAL port of a mud,
let me know what you need, and I might be able to accomodate it on my
system (P133 32 Meg of Ram on a 128k dedicated link)

Imp of another yet unnamed mud: 4000

whois|grep YEA2|awk '{print $1}'
whois|grep DOM|awk '{print $1}'
whois|grep DOM|awk '{print $1}'|cut -c1
whois tm920|grep TM920|awk '{print $4}'|cut -d@ -f1

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