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Re: Confusion re: use of rebaseall vs. rebase to relieve BitDefender woes
- From: Eliot Moss <moss at cs dot umass dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 04 Dec 2009 06:53:42 -0500
- Subject: Re: Confusion re: use of rebaseall vs. rebase to relieve BitDefender woes
- References: <4B18A593.email@example.com>
Dear Ed -- I posted this a couple of days ago under another
thread. Here is the rebase procedure that works for me:
/bin/rebase -d -b 0x61000000 -o 0x20000 -v -T <file with list of dll and so files> > rebase.out
/bin/peflags -d0 -v -T <file with list of dll and so files> > peflags-d.out
/bin/peflags -t0 -v -T <file with list of exe files> > peflags-t.out
Note particularly the base and -o values, and be sure the check the
output. Also, you have to do all this under ash, etc., and build a
list of files first with find (or just list particular directories'
files). I found there ae one or two files I had to exclude because
rebase halts on them.
Best wishes -- Eliot Moss
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