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Re: problems potato.

On Sun, Apr 09, 2000 at 06:19:49PM +0200, Taco IJsselmuiden wrote:
> Hi guys (and girls),
> A sort time ago I sent some messages concerning segfaults using potato
> (ldso problem).
> I've awaited the new version of ldso before checking everything.
> now that they've arived, i'm (sort of) checking them again.
> info: sparc IPC & sparc SS1+ running slink: no problems.
> upgrading to: ldso_1.9.11-7, libc6_2.1.3-7 and libstd++2.10_2.95.2-8.1
> (just those three)
> man csh: segfault.
> gcc: segfault
> (every thing using ldso: segfault).
> the output is a usage-explanation for ldso ;((
> Right now (=this week) I don't have the time to go into this much further
> (exams and shit...), but over about a week i will... (strace etc...)

The ldso package does not supply ld.so. That comes from libc6 (and it is
actually called ld-linux.so.2). So upgrading that wont help anything.

> Another problem with potato is booting the tftp-images (2.2.8, 2.2.9,
> 2.2.10) on my IPC and SS1+. The slink-version (2.2.1) works fine...
> the error: illegal instruction.......

I haven't been able to get my sparc 1+ to do tftp boots. It continually
asks for the tftp image, and the server starts the send, but the ss1+
never tries to accept it. So I haven't tested out those images yet.

> Here aswell: I'll look into this in about a week or so...

Thanks, I'de appreciate more feedback on the IPC problem. So far I haven't
noticed anything on any of my sun4c's.

/  Ben Collins  --  ...on that fantastic voyage...  --  Debian GNU/Linux   \
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