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libc-nonshared question

From: Gerhard Rieger
Subject: libc-nonshared question
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 08:12:18 +0200
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I am experimenting with honeyd. It catches some system calls like socket() and getsockname() with a runtime linked library and from there eventually invokes the original libc functions. I want to make this behaviour more consistent by also catching the fstat() system call for equivalent manipulations and then invoke the original libc/OS fstat() function. But, with glibc 6, fstat() resides only in a static library, and thus does not seem to be locatable with dlsym() in this situation.

Is there a solution to this problem?

Gerhard Rieger

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