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Bug#361024: Simple test case [Was: libstdc++.so.6: cannot handle TLS data]

On Thu, Apr 06, 2006 at 10:36:43PM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
> Nick Lewycky writes:
> > Matthias Klose wrote:

> > > thanks for the testcase, however I'm unable to reproduce the failure
> > > with a recent unstable archive, nor do I see the apt-listchanges
> > > failures.

> > I can confirm the apt-listchanges failure here, running unstable. The
> > only exceptional thing about my system that I think could be relevant is
> > that I'm running a non-Debian kernel from kernel.org (

> > The error message itself is being printed by ld.so, which belongs to the
> > libc6 package. My libc6 version is "2.3.6-5".

> > I've tried running the testcase with "LD_DEBUG=all" in the environment,
> > but the output wasn't very illuminating (attached). Perhaps someone not
> > showing symptoms can diff it against a run on their own system.

> > Actually, valgrind screams with lots of errors in /lib/ld-2.3.6.so when
> > running the testcase, or any other affected program. Hmm. That would
> > explain its non-deterministic nature. Valgrind output also attached.

> Aurelian Jarno pointed out the following: only reproducible with 2.4
> kernels or if you (re)move /lib/tls on a 2.6 kernel.

> Officially we don't support 2.4 kernels anymore, whatever "deprecated"
> means.
> See http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2006/03/msg00007.html

We still have to support installing etch glibc on sarge kernels for upgrade

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