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Re: [PATCH] Fix invalid free of memory allocated during rtld init
Carlos O'Donell <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> An assumption in this case might be:
> Early rtld startup can't use malloc, instead it uses
> a dummy malloc that doesn't support freeing memory
> (except for the last block allocated).
That's not the point. The point is that you can't use free on memory
allocated during rtld init. Exactly what I wrote in the subject.
> I need your help, and so do the others in this
> community, we'd like to learn from your experience.
You learn a lot more if you try to find it out yourself and ask specific
questions if you are stuck somewhere.
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