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Re: sh dumps core

Actually, the problem is still present in new libc. When I've changed the libc.so from 12.159 to 12.149 the shell and other stuff have been worked fine.

To be continued I hope...

On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 3:34 PM, Andy Shevchenko <andy.shevchenko%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:


I'm using the recent matt-armv6 tree to work with OMAP2 platform.
However the last snapshots within at least last week produce sh coredump at init.

More deeper.

/sbin/init.c (at line ~1660):
        /* Run the makedev script to create devices */
        switch ((pid = fork())) {
        case 0:
                (void)dup2(2, 1);       /* Give the script stdout */
                if (chdir("/dev") == 0)
                        (void)execl(INIT_BSHELL, "sh",
                            access("./MAKEDEV", X_OK) == 0
                                ? "./MAKEDEV" : "/etc/MAKEDEV",
                            "-MM", "init", NULL);
                /* NOTREACHED */

        case -1:

                if (waitpid(pid, &status, 0) == -1)
>>>>>>                if (status != 0) {
                        errno = EINVAL;

The shell produces coredump here (status = 0x86).

May be am I miss something? My /dev contains only fd and altq empty directories and MAKEDEV* as well.
And I'm using the serial console to see output of the system.

Thank you.

WBR, Andy Shevchenko

With Best Regards,
Andy Shevchenko

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