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Bug#166414: apache: Apache non-functional after upgrade

On Wed, Oct 30 2002, Goto Masanori wrote:

> I notice that you use "/usr/lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.6", but in my machine
> it uses "/usr/lib/i686/libcrypto.so.0.9.6".  libssl has architecture
> optimization package, is it possibly related issue?

Since Adam's machine is a powerpc, it would be a bad thing if his linker
tried to load anything from /usr/lib/i686. ;)

Adam tells me it should be easy for me to reproduce this bug in a clean
sid chroot.  Unfortunately, on my devel machine (where I can't reproduce
the segfault), I can't *install* a clean sid chroot, due to a bus error
when trying to install one of the packages.

I can only conclude that this is not a bug; it's a curse.

I've looked for common factors between the bug reports, that distinguish
the submitters' configuration from my own.  I have ruled out:

individual uploads of glibc 2.3.1 (the problem is reported on 1, 2, and 3)
kernel series (the problem is reported on 2.2 and 2.4; I'm running 2.4.16)
SASL configuration (I've wiped my SASL configs and started from scratch)
processor type (I have a Pentium II; problem is reported on both x86 AND ppc)

I have also confirmed that I cannot reproduce the bug when all of
my binary packages for php4-imap's exactly match the versions in one of
the bug reports.

It's definitely a curse.

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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