Re: interesting ORBit behavior
In message <20010603045725.3599E99306@perdition.linnaean.org>it was written:
>> In message <200106030443.f534hQd20427@grawk.net>it was written:
>> >Hrm, I'll try things outside of nfs and see if the behavior changes.
>> Interesting, It was NFS. DOH.
>The really interesting question to me is why it worked some of the time and
>not the rest of the time. But you might not be as interested in that as I am.
Heh, well I am interested, i'm just not sure how to help figure it out. I'm
really quite a newbie to actually developing for HURD.
>> So now to figure out why my translator lined with the ORBit stuff does this:
>Well, start with a trivial translator and make that work before dealing
>with ORBit. If you're that far, then try linking your translator with all
>the orbit libraries but not actually calling the orbit code at all.
My translator which is trivial (creates a virtual file full of 'y's), but
is linked with ORBit, dies with the same error with all the CORBA calls
commented out as without:
nick@fugue:~/local/testtrans$ settrans -ac foo random-dot-org
nick@fugue:~/local/testtrans$ less foo
foo: (system server) error with unknown subsystem
I made an rpctrace of a cat foo which is at
I'm not sure how to interpert it, I'm also not sure how to debug this. How do I see
where its getting to with gdb or whatever?
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