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Re: help! :-)

Pasi Pirhonen <upi@gorba.lpt.fi> writes:
> I am really out of my league now, so i try ask you some help.

I'm not sure you're not out of my league as well. :-)

> I am middle of generating those installation floppies and i am stuck 
> in the libc.so.6.1 generation phase. I can figure out, why the 
> (objdump --dynamic-syms libc.so.6.1)
> original __libc_global_ctors lookd like
> 0000000000028740 g    DF .text  000000000000006c __libc_global_ctors
> And it gets defined as 
> 0000000000000000      D  *UND*  0000000000000000 __libc_global_ctors
> in libc.so.6.1 of the root.bin

I *think* this might be solved if you add a -u __libc_global_ctors to
the requires_symbols definition in the generate_library script.

You may have to do this for other things as well.  You may also have
to include libutil, but I think we would rather avoid that if possible.

> PS. i can't even see, if my base14-[1-6}.bin are working as i can't boot :)

Thanks for undertaking this task.  Boot disks would be a godsend, and
definitely get your name on the list of important people for


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