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Re: qemu segfaulting on 5.99.5 x86_64
"compiles fine" means "compilation ends" and the binaries are installed, but
the compilation process presents a lot of different warnings. "Segmentation
fault (core dumped)" occurs at the very beginning of the binary execution (qemu
-hda disk.img -cdrom debian.iso -boot d). Unhappilly I'm at work by now, but
later I can send you a stacktrace.
On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 12:33:12 +0100
Roland Illig <roland.illig%gmx.de@localhost> wrote:
> Mandacarú Cascavel schrieb:
> > qemu compiles fine on my NetBSD 5.99.5 x86_64 but produces a segmentation
> > fault when executing.
> Does "compiles fine" mean "without any warnings, even with -Wextra -Wall"?
> At which point does the segmentation fault occur? Can you provide a
> stacktrace (run "gdb qemu", "run", "bt").
Mandacarú Cascavel <mancasc%yahoo.com.br@localhost>
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