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Re: app segfaults on startup in debian woody/sid

dman wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2002 at 12:34:18PM -0800, John Quigley wrote:
> | Hi,
> |
> | I'm porting the Torque Game Engine from Garage Games (www.garagegames.com) to
> | Linux.  The engine already runs fine on several linux distributions,
> | including redhat, mandrake, suse, and also debian 2.2.
> |
> | However it does not work on debian woody or sid.  It compiles ok, but when I
> | try to start it, it crashes immediately with a segfault, before it even gets
> | to main().  However it works if I configure it to statically link.
> | Unfortunately I need to be able to dynamically link it.  I've tried both gcc2
> | and 3 with no luck.
> |
> | I really want to get the engine up and running on debian, but I'm not sure
> | what the next step is in debugging this problem.  Any help is appreciated.
> ulimit -c unlimited
> $APP # the one that segfaults
> gdb $APP core
> You run the app.  When it dies, load the core file into a debugger and
> find out where and why.  If you don't like command-line debuggers, try
> GVD or DDD as gui frontends to gdb.

This is the way to go.  It sounds like a libc5/6 issue.  Are you
compiling it on the same machine you are running it on?  I have several
libc5 apps that just segfault when run on a libc6 box, and I think
sometimes different libc6 subversions have similar issues.


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