Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 11:54:15 +0200 From: Pirmin Walthert <pirmin.walthert@...om.ch> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: musl libc dlopen does not return in asterisk. Hi harvé I had a similar problem (did not yet have time to have a closer look) when using musl-git with Asterisk 13.17. The following commit seemed to have broken compatibility (at least for me): http://git.musl-libc.org/c git/musl/commit/?id=6476b8135760659b25c93ff9308425ca98a9e777 Using the latest version of dynlink.c BEFORE this commit worked for me, maybe it's worth a try? (1.1.16 had a different module loading issue with my Asterisk installation that was fixed with 27b3fd68f67b674440d21ea7ca5cf918d2e1559f). Best regards, Pirmin Am Mittwoch, den 30.08.2017, 11:45 +0200 schrieb Hervé Quillévéré at Home: > Hi all > > musl libc dlopen does not return in asterisk. > > Void linux musl libc arm (cubieboard2) on banana pi. > linux-4.12.8 sunxi_defconfig > > asterisk-14.6.0 > ./configure > make > sudo make install > sudo make basic-pbx > > run as root > asterisk -vvvc > > This command should return with a prompt and > blocks in load_dynamic_module() in main/loader.c when calling > dlopen(). > > As work has been done recently on dlopen, I tried with musl libc > dowloaded > and compiled from git with the same result. > > Replacing Void Linux musl with Void Linux glibc works. > > Running Void Linux x86_64 musl and asterisk does not work and produce > the same effect. > > Best Regards > > hervé > >
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