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Re: ld

> Alexey Pialkin wrote:
> > P.S. btw,i'v solved my problems with ld - i created a cross-compiler on i386
> >      and compile with it binutils. I'v got rather big versions(static) but
> >      the most importnat is that they are _working_ !!!. At least i was able
> >      to link my hello.c program :) Today i will try to crosscompile gcc(yes
> >      i am getting sig11 on big programs too :( and then to compile libc6 and
> >      recompile gcc & binutils on sparc. 
> > P.P.S. i'v uploaded my versions of binutuls on lix.polytechnique.fr. Check
> >      them :) They are not in .deb but they are not complete - just to help
> >      someone who is expirencing the same troubles,
> I just tried to llok in the core file generated by gcc.
> In effect it doesn't come from gcc but as:
> $ gdb as core
> GDB is free software and you are welcome to distribute copies of it
>  under certain conditions; type "show copying" to see the conditions.
> There is absolutely no warranty for GDB; type "show warranty" for details.
> GDB 4.16 (sparc-unknown-linux), Copyright 1996 Free Software Foundation, Inc...
> (no debugging symbols found)...
> Core was generated by `as -Qy -s -o hello.o /tmp/cca04046.s'.
> Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
> Couldn't read input and local registers from core file
> find_solib: Can't read pathname for load map: I/O error
> Couldn't read input and local registers from core file
> #0  0x5006f7cc in ?? () from /usr/lib/libbfd.so.

Sirely it's not my as - just because all my was statically linked(drawback from
> I'm willing to replace my as with the one from your binutils but can find it in
> the archive.
> Did you forget to put it in?

Looks like so. I will remake my archive of binutils and repost it to you.
In 15 minutes it will be there :)

P.S. sorry that i am unable to make normal debian package :( - rather exotical
 way to create binaries forcing me to do so :(

Alexey Pialkin

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