Subject: Re: egcs stability [was Re: EGCS on mips stable?]
To: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 10/28/1998 02:04:33
On Oct 27, 2:53pm, jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU (Jonathan Stone) wrote:
-- Subject: egcs stability [was Re: EGCS on mips stable?]
| Christos writes:
| >FYI, I built egcs on the sparc without -DHAIFA and the problems did not
| >go away. E.g. netstat -r still core dumps...
| What else did you try? On a mips, i've found that binaries linked via
| colllect2 coredump at startup, but if I link with the old GCC,
| netstat -r works fine on a mips (w/ Castors patch and cc -G0) ...
| tho I guess you have a collect2 that works already.
| How many routes do you have on that box anyway?
A default route, and whatever comes with the interfaces lo0,le0
gdb cannot debug binaries, says cannot access memory at 0x140000 or something.
the kernel le0 does not recognizes that it receives packets from the network.
I will take a look at the assembly code.