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Re: dying binaries

On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 03:13:09AM +0100, Chris Rutter wrote:
> Hm, add to that list e2fsck and apt-get. :-(

A while back I apt-get upgraded apt-get (to 0.3.19 I think) and it went
SEGV. Somewhat annoying. In the end I complied my own at -g -O (I think)
and that didn't SEGV. Currently I have

apt 0.3.19 for arm compiled on Aug 19 2000  17:52:40

which appears to be the same date as the version in a source tree that
I still seem to have in ~

I don't think I mentioned any of this at the time.

Also compiling various development versions of perl has generated SEGVs,
and other problems, usually solvable by using gcc more recent than
gcc version 2.95.2 20000220 (Debian GNU/Linux)

Nicholas Clark

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