Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2013 11:06:29 +0200 (CEST) From: Jens <jensl@...s.mine.nu> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: problems with dynamic linking since 0.9.1 >>> ld should be able to handle it (eg file libc.so, readelf -a libc.so, >>> nm -D libc.so, or just ./libc.so) >>> >>> since you use landley's weird toolchain it may be a >>> problem with the old binutils >> >> Thanks! You nailed it in one. If I use newer binutils it works. >> >> (In response to the wrapper problem, I let REALGCC point to the real >> gcc and not the wrapper). >> >> Thanks again, >> Jens >> >>> >>>> bash-4.1# musl-gcc -c t.c >>>> bash-4.1# musl-gcc t.o >>>> /opt/musl/lib/libc.so: file not recognized: File format not recognized >>>> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status >>> > > It would be nice to get to the bottom of this, still. It's not my > intent to require new binutils for linking against musl. Any idea why > it might have been failing? Are there verbosity level options to ld > that might help track this down? strace attached as trace.txt bash-4.1# strace -f -o /tmp/trace.txt musl-gcc t.o /opt/musl/lib/libc.so: file not recognized: File format not recognized collect2: ld returned 1 exit status verbose ld output attached as ld.txt bash-4.1# ld --verbose -dynamic-linker /lib/ld-musl-x86_64.so.1 -nostdlib /opt/musl/lib/crt1.o /opt/musl/lib/crti.o /usr/gcc/lib/crtbegin.o -L/opt/musl/lib -L /lib/. t.o /usr/gcc/lib/libgcc.a /usr/gcc/lib/libgcc_eh.a -lc /usr/gcc/lib/libgcc.a /usr/gcc/lib/libgcc_eh.a &> /tmp/ld.txt > > By the way, how old were those binutils? I saw "firmware Linux" > mentioned, which was the predecessor of Aboriginal, so unless that's > just still landley's dir name, maybe these are a lot older than I > thought.. bash-4.1# ld -V GNU ld version 2.17 Supported emulations: elf_x86_64 elf_i386 i386linux Hope this helps. Cheers, Jens > > Rich > View attachment "trace.txt" of type "TEXT/PLAIN" (82153 bytes) View attachment "ld.txt" of type "TEXT/PLAIN" (8911 bytes)
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