What are __NR_(socket,connect et all) symbols refering too in GLIBC?
Tue Dec 10 06:55:00 GMT 2002
On Tue, 2002-12-10 at 14:10, Alex Bennee wrote:
> Having built my bootstrap gcc and going through the process of building
> the beast that is glibc I finally come to a linker error complaining
> about some __NR_(socket function) symbols:
I did a bit more digging and I see they are the system call numbers for
the Linux kernel, which do not exist in
the SuperH's kernels unistd.h.
I think the reason is that all socket calls for Linux-SH are multiplexed
through the sys_socketcall function. However I'm having a bit of trouble
trying to work out how glibc's socket config has come to the decision to
use the other method. I think I've applied all the patches I need to.
Has anyone else hit this problem building glibc for a sh target?
Senior Hacker, Braddahead Ltd
The above is probably my personal opinion and may not be that of my
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