seg fault - core dumped
archie at whistle.com
Thu Apr 6 11:05:19 PDT 2000
Carlyle J. Roberts writes:
> Hi there, I seem to be having problems getting kaffe working. I
have tried both the 1.0.5 and the cvs snap versions. It seems to
compile successfully but when I try "make check" each of the tests
fails and gives a segmentation fault - core dumped.
> I am using FreeBSD - 2.2.7 (which uses aout format so I think
that prevents me from being able to use the packaged FreeBSD port
- cause it seems to be elf).
> During compilation I also got some warnings saying that "inter-library
dependencies are not known to be supported. All declared inter-library
dependencies are being dropped." Libtool could not satisfy all
declared inter-library dependencies of modules libnative, libzip,
libmath, libsecurity. Therefore a static module would be created.
> I did not find anything in the mail list archives that looked
similar. I also checked to make sure that gcc was using "-g" and
"O2". I hope that someone can give some help here.
> My system particulars:
> gcc version 22.214.171.124
> gmake 3.78.1
> bash 2.03
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/lib:/usr/local/lib:/usr/X11R6/lib
I've also seen this problem (Illegal instruction fault) on older
FreeBSD systems but have yet to figure out what is happening.
Most likely it's something to do with kaffe's i386 assembly macros
interacting with GCC.
This problem doesn't occur on FreeBSD 3.4 for example.
Archie Cobbs * Whistle Communications, Inc. * http://www.whistle.com
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