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Re: Q: ld-linux.2 bug in glibc2.2.2?

Subject: Re: Q: ld-linux.2 bug in glibc2.2.2?
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 08:45:18 +0100 (CET)

>>>>> "Andreas" == Andreas Jaeger <address@hidden> writes:

    Andreas> Basile STARYNKEVITCH <address@hidden>
    Andreas> writes:

    Andreas> If your binary is broken, it's a bug in your binary and
    Andreas> we will not fix it - we can't check each and every
    Andreas> access.

Well, I have no warning or error message. Neither from ld not from the
dynamic linker. I would expect that ld-linux.2 should be able to run
an ELF executable -very similar to gcc produced ones- for which
/usr/bin/ld does not give any error or warning. The ldscript I use
contains all the sections from /usr/lib/ldscripts/elf_i386.x 

I feel that my binary is unorthodox but not broken. I am not sure of
it. (but I do not know well all specific requirements of Linux ELF. In
particular the role and place of the .note.run-ABI section).

Is the number (or indexes) of PT_LOAD-ed segments hardwired in the
ld-linux.so.2 code? I do not think it is....

Thanks for the help.


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