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R_PPC_REL24 relocation __libc_start_main/__nptl_deallocate_tsd out of range

Sorry I am not very sure if this is the right mailing list for posting my problem, I've got the address from an old thread about the same kind of problem.
I am working on a project using powerpc binaries I create myself.
I am creating the binaries using Debian 6 kernel powerpc running in a qemu VM, with gcc 4.4.5-8, binutils 2.20.1 eglibc 2.11.2-10 My binaries are someway special being compiled with -fPIC and linked with -pie (gcc -Wl,-pie) as I need full relocatable PIC executables.
These binaries are in fact loaded by qemu-user in different addresses.
My project (open source, as it is a university project) works fine when I do not use libgcc (using gcc -nostartfiles) for creating my powerpc executable, but it is impossible to build useful binaries without using it. When I compile without "-nostartfiles", having libgcc added to my binary I get the following error at runtime:

> R_PPC_REL24 relocation [...] __libc_start_main' out of range

I tried to link my binaries as static but I get the following:

> R_PPC_REL24 relocation at ... for symbol __nptl_deallocate_tsd out of range In some old thread I read it is related to non PIC code being linked together with PIC code. But the code producing the problem seems libgcc.

Is there a way for fixing this problem? Is there anybody able of explain fine what happens? I have got a very strict deadline, but I can't understand fine what the problem is, I keep trying to install different debian versions hoping they would fix it..
Thank you very much in advance!
Stefano B.

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