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Bug#928386: syslinux: possible regression bug 'Undef symbol FAIL: memset'


On Mon, May 06, 2019 at 12:43:10AM +0200, Lukas Schwaighofer wrote:
> Andreas Steinel <Andreas.Steinel@exirius.de> wrote:
> > In version 6.04~git20190206.bf6db5b4+dfsg1-1, the bug that was closed
> > in 6.04~git20171011.af7e95c3+dfsg1-6 is back - at least in the 64-bit
> > UEFI part, legacy works fine:

thanks for the bug report, Andreas!

> I've attached a modification of the 0005-gnu-efi-version-compatibility
> patch.  Instead of using `-zmuldefs` I'm stripping the memset and memcpy
> symbols from gnu-efi so there are no longer any duplicate symbols.
> Using that I was able to build a version without that bug for backports.

thanks for the fix, Lukas!

> Holger: Can you take care of updating the backports version? I've run
> my little hacky regression-testing script on the modified backports
> build and it passed all my tests.



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