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Re: [Bug-tar] new/old extract problems with 6GB sparse file

From: Joerg Schilling
Subject: Re: [Bug-tar] new/old extract problems with 6GB sparse file
Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2006 22:33:11 +0200
User-agent: nail 11.2 8/15/04

Joerg Delker <address@hidden> wrote:

> >  Could you send a stack trace from the core?
> Uhh... I haven't dived into core analysis yet.
> Do you have short instructions how to retrieve that?

In UNIX just call adb <path to star> <path to core> and then type $c
otherwise you youle need to be happy with 'gdb' which helps less

call gdb <path to star> <path to core>

and then type "where"

You may like to call 

smake clean
smake COPXT=-g LDOPTX=-g

and create a new core

This is needed because gdb is too dumb to correctly show the function arguments

Note that the "real" star binary is called "star_fat"

> > > Any more hints?
> >
> >  The Linux Kernel guys don't like to fix the bugs/incnosistencies in
> >  their include files. Try to rename /usr/src/linux
> You mean "rename" in the sense of "move out of the way"?
> Already tried that, but Gmake complains about missing files then:
> ...
> make[1]: *** No rule to make target 
> `/usr/src/linux/include/linux/limits.h', needed by 
> `OBJ/i686-linux-cc/tartest.o'.  Stop.
> ...

See README.compile, you would needd to call 'smake depend' in order to
clear the old dependency list.


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