Re: binutils in debian unstable is broken.
If this is a kernel bug, then I propose we CC linux-kernel. Should we bug
Greg KH, who is the USB maintainer for 2.4?
Dan Chen firstname.lastname@example.org
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On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Christopher C. Chimelis wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> > Upstream won't beat you to it. It's a kernel bug. A reference to
> > .text.exit from .data means that some module left a pointer to its
> > module exit functions even though they were tagged __exit. There's
> > nothing binutils can do about it; they're really not there.
> > It used to be silently ignored, which is just wrong.
> Ah, ok...makes sense (/me makes mental note to look at post-2.2 i386
> kernel source more closely). I was just going to write you and ask about
> that too, so thanks for beating me to the punch!
> So, I'm unsure of the best course of action...should I provide a kernel
> patch to fix this or have i386 revert back to an older version for
> now? I'm in a quandry since hppa NEEDS this version, as do a few other
> platforms, but i386 is a mess...suggestions, anyone?