Subject: Re: sparc stuck...can't move forward
To: Jason R Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 12/26/2001 19:35:12
> > any current kernels i build boot and run fine. any top level builds i
> > attempt complete flawlessly, but if i attempt to boot a new working
> > set, *anything* that's dynamically linked dumps core at it's earliest
> > opportunity. ktrace is, luckily, a statically linked binary, so i can
> > ktrace things. sed, for example, does this:
>There was a period of a day or so where ld.elf_so was broken on the
>SPARC (and a few others). My fault. It's been fixed, however.
*thwap* yeah...that's it. okay, thanks.
i was confused by the fact that my i386 and alpha boxes worked fine
from the same source tree. hmm...now i have to go rebuild it
*without* all that debugging stuff. :)
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