KDE 2.2.2 crash when it's compiled when objprelink
I don't know if this is the appropiate place to discuss objprelink problems
with KDE, but if someone can help me I apreciate it a lot.
I tried to build KDE 2.2.2 from the Debian sources generating binary
packages compiled with objprelink and optimizations for 686.
I get objprelink form:
I compiled Qt with the patch from this page with the Debian sources
generating a binary debian package.
After compiling and installing the Qt and kdelibs binaries that I generated I
have no problems, but I don't notice anything especial.
Later I compiled kdebase always from the Debian sources with objprelink.
After installing these packages kdm crashes when it want to display the
background image, but fortunatelly I can login. KDE seems to load more faster
than ever but crashed when it want to launch kicker and absolutelly nothing
>From IceWM I started konqueror from an xterm and it loads amazing fast and
their performance are very great but always crashed when I want to see the
sidebar or want to display everything. On the contrary konsole is the only
application that works and also loads fast.
I'm running woody with KDE 2.2.2 and their dependences from unstable with
>From the Linux From Scratch project also I read this:
"You'll need the latest version of binutils (2.11.2 at this point), and if
any of glibc, gcc or binutils were compiled with optimizations there is a
chance that everything you prelink will segfault when run. Prelinking failed
for me on my LFS 2.4.3 system where those were built with optimizations; on a
LFS 3.0 system where glibc, gcc and binutils were compiled with no
optimizations and everything else was built -O3 -march=i386 -mcpu=i686,
prelinking worked fine. Proceed with caution."
Also I don't have any problems compiling KDE with objprelink.
Are there anyone that enjoy with objprelink on Debian?
Any help will be sincerelly appreciated, I felt the speed of objprelink on my
P II 350, but I can't applied.