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Re: ia64 2.3/CVS compile problems

From: Andreas Jaeger
Subject: Re: ia64 2.3/CVS compile problems
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 08:37:33 +0200
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Ian Wienand <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi, 
> I'm having problems compiling both glibc 2.3 and CVS on ia64 (2.5.40
> kernel).

> When trying the 2.3 release, when it gets to the point where it
> compiles iconvconfig I get
> libc.so.6.1: undefined reference to `__GI___pwrite64' 
> libc.so.6.1: undefined reference to `__syscall_exit_group'
> I fixed the __syscall_exit_group problem by adding the sycall into
> syscalls.list in /sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/ia64 (it is implemented on
> ia64 since 2.5.31), but I'm not sure what to do with the pwrite64
> error, as __pwrite64 is aliased in the syscalls.list file, and I read
> somewhere that the __GI_ prefix should not be aliased in this file.
> When I try with CVS, I get an additional problem at the same point
> libc.so.6.1: undefined reference to `__syscall_execve'

This is a known problem and I expect that it will be fixed for glibc
2.3.2.  I would advise to wait a bit longer.

> This does appear in syscalls.list, but it seems to get overwritten by
> linuxthreads/sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/execve.c?  I'm not sure why this
> happens, but in sysd-syscalls the only reference is
> #### CALL=s_execve NUMBER=1033 ARGS=i:spp
> SOURCE=linuxthreads/sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/execve.c
> which seems like it's missing all it's aliases.  This file was added
> in on the 11-10 but the changelog doesn't mention why.
> I would appreciate any help in resolving these issues.
> Thanks,
> -i
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