cbuxton at menandmice.com
Thu Jan 31 15:16:30 PST 2008
I didn't have that problem, using the glibc/kernel 2.6 version. I got
the expected indication that the binary was a dynamic shared object,
with no results for the TEXTREL test (as desired).
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On Jan 31, 2008, at 3:07 PM, marty wrote:
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> 5.9. Cocoon Toolchain
> Up to here no problems, but this test near finish of cocoon should
> return a
> result, no? It does nothing.
> readelf -ld strcat-overflow | \
> grep -E 'Shared object|TEXTREL'
> hlfs:/mnt/hlfs/sources/cocoon-build$ readelf -ld strcat-overflow | \
>> grep -E 'Shared object|TEXTREL'
> Looks like one of the patches or sed's has broken something.
> Marty B.
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