Subject: Re: Uhm. Is this a feature?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brad Spencer <email@example.com>
Date: 05/28/2000 19:58:44
On Sun, 28 May 2000, Brad Spencer wrote:
> Oddly, my NetBSD/i386 box would build fine, with the same source tree, as
> an a.out system.
> Except for crypto-us/lib/libdes. There is a warning in the Makefile
> # XXX x86 assy produces lots of RRS text relocation errors on shared
> # XXX lib, must fix.
> This really should be looked into... I think that these are fatal, not
> just an annoyance. They most often happen when a nonposition independent
> code is mixed in with position independent code in the same shared object.
> I just ended up using the C versions of those functions. If I left the
> assembly ones in there anything built with libdes [like su, etc..] would
> fail trying to find one of the more common des functions.
Yeah, I noticed that, too. Considering, do you suppose the following
would be appropriate?
I am not sure that this isn't trouble on an ELF system. I really
understand all of the details. It would probably be better to get the
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