Subject: Old ld_elf.so and 1.6P == dead dynamic binaries? (worked with 1.6O)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Rafal Boni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/06/2003 04:16:17
I'm trying to get my sgimips hardware up-to-date and came across
this earlier this evening:
I was running a 1.6O kernel and an older ld_elf.so (though I can't
say of what exact date as I blew it away in order to get the box
up and running and didn't note the date on it).
I rebuilt a 1.6P kernel as of ~ 1:50 EST, 3/06/2003 to add UNIONFS
so I could get my userland build going again (needed to union-mount
some more space to complete the build 8-); after rebooting with the
new kernel, all dynamic executables I ran would dump core.
Extracting a base.tgz I had cross-built on 2/28 from my i386 fixed
things up to run again, but it was strange that things that had no
issue on 1.6O completely fell over with 1.6P. Any clues? I do have
one or two more sgimips boxes to upgrade, so I'll try and keep my
eyes better peeled next time (and/or take notes) to see if this is
just some glitch I hit or a more serious incompatibility.
NetBSD 1.6P (BABYLON_SOUND_SYSTEM) #0: Thu Mar 6 02:57:56 EST 2003
NetBSD 1.6O (BABYLON_SOUND_SYSTEM) #0: Tue Feb 25 23:24:39 EST 2003
Any ideas appreciated,
Rafal Boni email@example.com
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