Subject: Re: 1.5R botched ld.elf_so ?
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From: john heasley <email@example.com>
Date: 04/09/2001 22:16:57
Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 06:32:20PM -0400, Greg A. Woods:
> [ On Monday, April 9, 2001 at 21:29:06 (+0000), john heasley wrote: ]
> > Subject: Re: 1.5R botched ld.elf_so ?
> > i'm still having trouble with ld.elf_so (on sparc), with 1.5T source
> > from ~last friday. all dynamically linked executables core dump. any
> > clues to as to what might cause what would appear to be an error in
> > relocation? does anyone else have this problem?
> I've had no problems with NetBSD/sparc-1.5T from 2001/03/24 sources so
> far. In fact I've done a full install from my own snapshot on an SS-1
> and it seems to run OK.
hmm, this is a ss20 (ross) and a ss5. in fact, i've never been able
to build a functional ld.elf_so since i started following current
i dont think i'm missing any recommended steps. roughly,
<new kernel & reboot>
make build or release
i'm at a loss as to why it fails. am i correct that it's purpose is
to load and relocate the dynamic libs?
> I even did some debugging on the miniroot system using gdb with /usr NFS
> mounted from the build system.... (I just symlinked /usr/libexec and
> /usr/lib to the NFS mounted directories)
> I expect I'll be starting a merge into my local tree of today's sources
> sometime tomorrow and I think I'll try the sparc build first again, so
> I'll post when I've got a running system again... I'm hoping to upgrade
> a couple of other sparcs ASAP, but I wanted to bring in some of the
> changes from the last couple of weeks...
> Greg A. Woods
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