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Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 11:59:16 -0500
From: N Jain <>
Subject: dynamic linker command line invocation

Hi All,

I am trying to add ldso functionality in my kernel. I am loading the
dynamic linker "" into memory and passing the other
application as command line which requires the dynamic libraries but the
linker is generating fault during stage 2 "__dls2" at some random location

I am fairly new to dynamic linking code and trying to understand _dlstart_c
code functionality. Can any one explain what are the command line arguments
dynamic linker expects at this entry point ? I am giving numArgs = 1 and
argv = app.elf after loading "" into memory ? Is this
approach correct ? Do I have to also load app.elf into memory or the
dynamic linker will take care of loading it ?


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