|Subject:||Weird things happen with glibc-2.3.1 compiled with gcc-3.2.3 for cris|
|Date:||Mon, 02 Jun 2003 19:03:22 +0200|
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Hi,I am trying to compile glibc-2.3.1 with gcc-3.2.3 for the cris target (cris-axis-linux-gnu). After adding some patches which makes the cris port export register_frame_info and the like correctly, i was able to compile it. However, something went wrong. ls -l showed huge file sizes. Further investigation showed, that the lower 32 bits of the file size are swapped with the higher 32 bits. For example: /etc/rpc, which should be 1615 bytes (0x64F) is displayed as 6936372183040 bytes (0x64F00000000).
This doesn't neccessarily need to be an error in glibc; it could as well be the kernel (2.4.19). Could someone point me into the right direction to fix that, i.E. what files could be responsible for such misbehavior?
Best regards, Uwe
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