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Help with ld.so problem
- From: Dag Nygren <dag at newtech dot fi>
- To: libc-alpha at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 19:48:14 +0200
- Subject: Help with ld.so problem
I wonder if anyone can help me with something that is
driving me absolutely crazy?
I try to compile glibc-2.3.2 here and keep getting a segfault
when the procedure uses the newly created ld.so binary in there.
Editing the file elf/dl-minimal.c and moving the forward referenced
up in the file so I don't need any forward ref any more produces
a valid ld.so ???
My binutils is the newest I could find: 126.96.36.199
and gcc is 3.2.2.
I haved removed all ref:s to old ld-stuff I could find as this is an old system
upgraded many many times and there probably were some old stuff in there.
I even reinstalled the whole of my /usr/include...
Have recompiled binutils many times, same with gcc.
All tests pass on both.
I solved the problem by installing the RPM from redhat for the 2.3.2, but
the real problem really bother me!!!
Do I have gremlins in the system or???
Any hints on where to look would be appreciated.
Dag Nygren email: dag at newtech dot fi
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