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binutils (cvs) target=m68k-linux giving bad value in ld (-shared)
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- Subject: binutils (cvs) target=m68k-linux giving bad value in ld (-shared)
- From: Dave Gilbert <gilbertd at treblig dot org>
- Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2001 00:20:42 +0000 (GMT)
I'm trying to create a cross build chain from Linux/Alpha to Linux/68k
but while building gcc I hit a problem in which the cross linker gives the
/m68k-linux-ld: final link failed: Bad value
This happens with the host of both Linux/Alpha and Linux/x86; as an
example I took the .s file gcc generated for crtstuff.c, assembled with
m68k-linux-as dag1.s -o crtstuff.o
and then attempted a link with:
m68k-linux-ld -shared -o a.so crtstuff.o
and get the bad value error.
I've been looking at another example in gdb and found that from
elf_bfd_final_link there is eventually a call to bfd_set_section_contents
and it is the call of that on the '.dynamic' section which causes the
In this case the _raw_size of the segment is 0xf0 and the
_cooked_size=0x78 ; yet the count input to bfd_set_section_contents seems
to be the raw value and there is a comparison between this count and what
I think is the cooked size which is failing.
Suggestions would be welcome (I really don't want to have to try building
things native on a Sun 3/60).
Thanks in advance,
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