Re: Compilation problems
Finally, it turned out, that it is a bug in the NFS-code/-setup. When I copy
the file to a local hard disk (even with cp from a NFS mounted disk), I can
compile cvs without any problems (and even to times). Before it was impossible
to get Code which does not segault.
The NFS server is a SUN-UltraSPARC running Solaris 2.6. My mount options are
ramona:/export/disk1 /scratch nfs defaults
Does not look suspicious, does it? Can I do more experiments, before I report
> On Mon, May 10, 1999 at 09:50:11 +0300, Rainer Dorsch wrote:
> > checkin.o: file not recognized: File truncated
> > /usr/bin/ld: cuddZddGroup.o: invalid string offset 285212672 >= 89 for
> > section `.shstrtab'
> > I would expect the problems more in egcs, libc6 or the kernel itself (the
> > system rebooted this morning automatically).
> I see no similarities with other EGCS or libc6 problem reports.
> > Any ideas what co8uld be wrong? The system was running slink rock-solid
> > for months.
> It sounds much more like a hardware problem (try the suggestions of
> http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11) or having corrupted .debs installed (try
> forcefully reinstalling the current packages e.g. dpkg -OGR /archive).
> UNFAIR Term applied to advantages enjoyed by other people which we tried
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> UNDERHAND and JUST LUCKY I GUESS.
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