ld and man segfaults
Greetings. This is my first post, and I hope that I am not making
a stupid mistake somewhere. I installed debian 2.1 on a
SparcStation 1 last fall, and just upgraded to potato (frozen)
this week (I did not run it between now and then). I am getting
the following errors:
Processign manual pages under /usr/man...
Updating index cache for path '/usr/man'. Wait...Segmentation fault
and, on a makefile containing the following:
@echo 'yay! Make works!'
I get the following output:
[machine]:~/test#USAGE: ld.so [OPTION]... EXECUTABLE-FILE [ARGS-FOR-PROGRAM]
You have invoked `ld.so', the helper program for shared library executables
[and onward, edited for space considerations]
What could be causing this? Some machine configuration info:
*SparcStation 1 (Yes, I know. It's slow. :)
*default kernel for Debian 2.1 (2.2.1)
*apt-get update 'ed just prior to running the above.
More info available upon request.
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