Re: [Linux-ia64] Buggy unwind tables in user space

From: Andreas Schwab <>
Date: 2001-05-20 02:04:48
Keith Owens <> writes:

|> Most IA64 distributions contain a bad version of crtn.o.  Executables
|> or shared libraries built with this file have invalid unwind data.
|> SuSe Linux 7.1a, TurboLinux 000828, TL 010307 (beta3) and Redhat 7.0.90
|> all have a buggy version of crtn.o.  Redhat 7.0.98 (Wolverine) has a
|> clean version of crtn.o, but if any Wolverine binaries were compiled
|> against the old crtn.o then they will be bad as well.

SuSE IA64 7.2-beta has this already fixed, and everything is recompiled,
so no invalid unwind data should be left.


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Received on Sat May 19 09:04:54 2001

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