CVS Binutils ch6 segfaults...
jaap.no.spam at here.plz.jcz.nl
Tue Jan 7 05:17:03 PST 2003
lfs:/mnt/data4/lfs/dist/tmp/static/bin$ ./bash --version
GNU bash, version 2.05b.0(1)-release (i386-pc-linux-gnu)
Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
indeed this is the problem....
thanks for your help!
(It seems I have been useing a tar.bz2 archive from the static folder in
ch5 for some time now to compile in which is this bash version. Still no
clue why I got it in there..... don't even try to gues... troubled mind
Jeremy Herbison wrote:
> yup, you used bash-2.05b instead of 2.05a. There are 2 ways to build with b
> successfully however. First of all, compile the dynamic bash right before
> you try binutils. Its just the static "b" that acts funny. The other is to
> compile the ch.5 bash with --without-bash-malloc so that it doesn't cause
> the segfaults. I can confirm that both infact work.
> In addition, when you compile bash I recommend applying the 4 patches found
> using patch -p0 < bash205b-00x to fix some other bash-2.05b issues. Most
> likely the book will be doing this in the next few weeks as well.
> "Jaap Crezee" <jaap.no.spam at here.plz.jcz.nl> wrote in message
> news:av9dpg$i0u$1 at quasar.highos.com...
>>when i try to compile binutils cvs in ch 6, its segfaults on configure:
>>Configuring for linux-i386
>>work around (at least for me):
>>../binutils-2.13.2/configure --prefix=/usr --enable-shared &&
>>swap the arguments:
>>../binutils-2.13.2/configure --enable-shared --prefix=/usr
>>then it runs ok
>>any ideas on this, how its caused etc?
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