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Re: Bug#321785: fakeroot: segfaults on [hppa]

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>From      : "Randolph Chung" randolph@tausq.org
To          : "John David Anglin" dave@hiauly1.hia.nrc.ca
CC          :
Date      : Wed, 10 Aug 2005 22:53:08 +0800
Subject : Re: Bug#321785: fakeroot: segfaults on [hppa]

> >>Confirmed. We are passing a function pointer with a value of -2 into
> >>__cffc, which should not happen...
> >
> >
> > Is -2 a special signal number?
> I don't think so. in any case, others have observed that if they use an
> older glibc, this problem does not happen.
> randolph
Hello all,

Which kernel was it?

In fact while simply rebuilding a kernel (as root, without fakeroot), I also
observe a segfault with 2.6.8 and 2.6.10 (on c110 and d380) but panicing
2.6.12 (on the same c110 and d380) as well as 2.6.13-rc6 on d380 and b2k.

Fwiw with kernel, the rebuild runs fine on this same d380 and b2k.

That's confusing me: is there actualy a pb in libc or do we need some
constraint to install this new libc?


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