Re: Source build of gnome-apt - source dependencies?
In foo.debian-devel, you wrote:
> Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> >>>>>> "Oliver" == Oliver Elphick <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Oliver> It built OK. The trouble is, it now segfaults even sooner
> > Oliver> than it did before. The developers' version segfaults as
> > Oliver> soon as it has finished fetching packages; my version
> > Oliver> segfaults as soon as I ask it to fetch packages. The
> > Oliver> segfault is in some standard library (no symbols
> > Oliver> available).
> > Can't you use `ldd' to get the address ranges, and use those to
> > figure out which library it faults in?
> Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> 0x40542233 in ()
> (gdb) bt
> #0 0x40542233 in ()
> #1 0x40543a84 in ()
> #2 0x404ca1b1 in filebuf::xsputn ()
> #3 0x404cddab in ostream::operator<< ()
> #4 0x8060363 in GAcqStatus::Start (this=0xbffff20c) at acquirestatus.cc:105
> #5 0x40468128 in pkgAcquire::Run ()
> #6 0x8063f18 in GAptCacheFile::UpdateAndReopen (this=0x80b1650)
> at cache.cc:332
> #7 0x807941f in update_cb (w=0x816b0a0, data=0x81172f0) at menus.cc:1111
> libc.so.6 => /lib/libc.so.6 (0x404eb000)
> libz.so.1 => /usr/lib/libz.so.1 (0x405e1000)
> looks like libc6
> ii libc6 2.1.1-1 GNU C Library: Shared libraries and timezone
FWIW, if I newly compile gnome-apt it SEGV's because apt is compiled with
the non-glic2.1 version of libstdc++.
Here's the tail end of my failure. Although the original compiled
version still seems to work for me, because it is compiled against
the same libstdc++ as apt.
gtk_widget_show_all(0x080e37b0, 0, 0x40254c58, 0x080e41b8, 0x0805ec44 <unfinished ...>
gtk_widget_show(0x080e37b0, 0x40254c58, 0, 0xbffff904, 0x40162df5) = 0x080e37b0
gtk_widget_show_all(0x080e4be8, 0, 0x40254c58, 0x080e41b8, 0x0805ec44 <unfinished ...>
gtk_widget_show(0x080e4be8, 0x40254c58, 0, 0xbffff904, 0x40162e29) = 0x080e4be8
__13pkgSourceList(0xbffffcc0, 0x080b2850, 0x080b4018, 0x080b4028, 0x080db840) = 0xbffffcc0
pkgSourceList::ReadMainList(void)(0xbffffcc0, 0xbffffcc0, 0x080b2850, 0x080b4018, 0x080b4028 <unfinished ...>
--- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) ---
+++ killed by SIGSEGV +++