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Bug#321718: glibc: Upgrade caused many libs to complain about "executable stack"

On Monday 08 August 2005 16:52, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:

> > I'd suggest to rebuild all required packages (libraries) with
> > CFLAGS -Wa,--noexecstack so that assembled modules get tagged
> > as not needing executable stacks.
> >
> > I've rebuilt some packages (liblzo1, openssl, libgdbm3, libelfg0,
> > libgcrypt11 and so on) with those flags. For everyone who's
> > interested: http://debian.linux-systeme.com/
> Absolutely not.  Either the package needs an executable stack - in
> which case this is, simply, wrong - or else it doesn't and whatever is
> causing it to be tagged as needing one should be fixed.  IIRC it is
> usually a matter of annotating assembly files in some way.

well, so I've uploaded a glibc 2.3.5 package with PaX support.

ciao, Marc

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