Subject: Re: Quake broken in current
To: Brett Lymn <email@example.com>
From: Frank van der Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/23/1996 12:47:38
Quoting Brett Lymn,
> Just for something to do I tried running quake under 'current
> and found that it core dumps even faster than it did under 1.2A (under
> 1.1 quake ran fine). The ktrace I get is:
> Note that a) this is for the i386 architecture, b) I have not changed
> anything in my /emul tree from the "known working" config I had back
> in 1.1 days, c) I DO have the EXEC_ELF32 option in my kernel.
> Frank, are you still looking at this? Or am I doing something else wrong?
Someone else reported this before; it's a problem cause by the change
in exec_elf32.c from version 1.19 -> 1.20. Apparently mips ELF
interpreters for dynamically linked binaries have their entry point
set in a different way. I put an ifdef mips around it for now,
to help -current users who want to run Linux ELF binaries. It should
be fixed properly sometime.