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Problem when upgrading to GLIBC 2.2.5
Problem when upgrading to GLIBC 2.2.5
Fri, 24 May 2002 12:58:17 -0400
I decided to follow your advice concerning this problem.
I updated my Binutils to 2.12 which went fine.
I then restarted the upgrade of GLIBC to 2.2.5 from scratch.
The configure options that I used were the following:
The configure and make both went fine.
During the "make check" is where I got the following message:
/elf/filter: error while loading shared libraries: libgcc_s.so.1: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
This file "libgcc_s.so.1" does exist on my System.
it resides in /usr/local/lib and was installed as part of my upgrade
of GCC to 3.0.4.
While searching the Net for this message, I came across a similar
problem from a Mark Kettenis around 10/1. His description was:-
Conserning GCC-3.0.1 can't compile Glibc-2.2.4
This appears to be practicaly the same problem as mine since I'm
using GCC 3.0.4 to compile Glibc-2.2.5.
His problem had something to do with DWARF-2 opcodes and was very
technical. Unfortunately for me, no one in the Thread gave any mention
of how to correct or get around this problem.
I have enclosed the last lines from the Console output.
If you would, could you please tell me what I have to do to continue
with my Upgrade of Glibc?
Your assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated by me since I
see your name mentioned all over the Net as an expert in GLIBC matters.
Andreas Schwab from your Company sent me a note describing the
cause of my original Error 139 message as being made by the famous
Signal 11 problem.
Please thank him for me for giving me this information.
The only thing strange about this is that when I looked in my
/var/log/message file, I could see no mention of a Signal 11 problem.
Computer - Pentium-4
Distribution - Caldera 2.3
Kernel - 2.4.18
GCC - 3.0.4
GLIBC current - 2.1.1
Binutils - 2.12
- - - - - - - - Console file - - - - - - -
/Products/GLIBC-225/elf/filter > /Products/GLIBC-225/elf/filter.out
/Products/GLIBC-225/elf/filter: error while loading shared libraries:
libgcc_s.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
make: *** [/Products/GLIBC-225/elf/filter.out] Error 127
make: Leaving directory `/Source/glibc-2.2.5/elf'
make: *** [elf/tests] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/Source/glibc-2.2.5'
make: *** [check] Error 2
- - - - - End of Data - - - - - -
On Wed, 22 May 2002, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
> Frank Krauss <address@hidden> writes:
> > Hello Andreas,
> > Thank you very much for responding to my problem so fast.
> > I will take a look at what you suggested.
> > Could you please tell me where there is any documentation on what can
> > cause a "Error 139" message to come up?
> No, there's no docu.
> But with this specific testcase, I guess I know what happens ;-)
> > Thank you again for your assistance.
> > Frank
> > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > On Mon, 20 May 2002, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
> >> Frank Krauss <address@hidden> writes:
> >> >>Originator: Frank Krauss
> >> >>Organization:
> >> >>Confidential: no
> >> >>Synopsis: I received an Error 139 when running make check with
> >> >>GLIBC 2.2.5
> >> >>Severity: medimum
> >> >>Priority: high
> >> >>Category: libc
> >> >>Class: support
> >> >>Release: libc-2.2.5
> >> >>Environment:
> >> > Computer - Pentium-4
> >> > Distribution - Caldera 2.3
> >> > Kernel - 2.4.18
> >> > GCC - 3.0.4
> >> > GLIBC current - 2.1.1
> >> > Binutils - 2.11.2
> >> Try upgrading your binutils to 2.12.1,
> >> Andreas
> >> --
> >> Andreas Jaeger
> >> SuSE Labs address@hidden
> >> private address@hidden
> >> http://www.suse.de/~a
> Andreas Jaeger
> SuSE Labs address@hidden
> private address@hidden