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Rebase 1.5-1: Causes invalid page fault


My current system is:
CYGWIN_ME-4.90 DRAGON 1.3.11(0.53/3/2) 2002-06-06 20:28 i686 unknown

Recently when I tried to start apache, using the apachectl, all I would
get is a few seconds of activity and then it would just die.  I checked
the error log, and this is what it said:

C:\CYGNUS\CYGWIN\USR\SBIN\HTTPD.EXE: *** couldn't allocate memory
0x10000(4128768) for 'C:\CYGNUS\CYGWIN\BIN\CYGINTL-1.DLL' alignment, 
Win32 error 8
    312 [main] httpd 154054237 sync_with_child: child -154032645(0x108)
died before initialization with status code 0x1
   1318 [main] httpd 154054237 sync_with_child: *** child state child
loading dlls
fork: Resource temporarily unavailable
httpd: unable to fork new process

I remebered that this required you to rebase the dll, so I attempted to

rebase -d -b 0x68000000 -o 0x10000 cygintl-1.dll

The only problem is, windows pops up with an error:
Rebase has caused an error in <unknown>

So I checked out the application faultlog, and this was the output:
REBASE caused an invalid page fault in
module IMAGEHLP.DLL at 0187:7b96752e.
EAX=ef7ef72f CS=0187 EIP=7b96752e EFLGS=00010202
EBX=00000002 SS=018f ESP=0073f94c EBP=0073f974
ECX=0073fbac DS=018f ESI=896ed080 FS=8577
EDX=896ed178 ES=018f EDI=0073fbe8 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 58 04 8d 48 08 29 5d fc 83 c3 f8 d1 eb 89 4d 
Stack dump:
896ed400 00000002 8972b208 012c0000 00000000 00000000 00000000 896ed000
00000000 0000107c 0073fbfc 7b967382 0073fbac 68000000 00000000 8972b208

Everytime I try to use rebase, I get this error.  I've tried downloading
and recompiling the source for rebase, but no luck.  When I run strace, I
get nothing.  Jason, you have any ideas?


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