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bug#50151: Coreutils, aarch64 and chroot

From: Frans de Boer
Subject: bug#50151: Coreutils, aarch64 and chroot
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2021 10:31:40 +0200
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On 8/21/21 6:43 PM, Paul Eggert wrote:
On 8/21/21 3:33 AM, Frans de Boer wrote:
So, I guess chroot is to blame?

Seems unlikely that it'd be a coreutils bug. Possibly you simply have the wrong type of executable installed as /newroot/usr/sbin/chroot.

If it is a coreutils bug, please give complete steps to let others reproduce the bug.
If it is the wrong executable, would it ever startup and continue and (try to) load bash or env?
It even displays the help message!

As I said before, on its own it does function but, as opposed to bash, it does NOT load other programs. All programs are compiled the same with aarch64-cross-linux tools. No problem when operating under qemu-x86_64 or qemu-i386 - of course both compiled with their own cross compiler tools. I am currently trying this with other architectures (powerpc64)

I can supply more, but what exactly would help you forward?

--- Frans

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