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I reported the same problem to bugzilla...
(Perhaps it finds more attention here...)
It seems it has to do with the current state of ntpl on
If you set LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 and therefore force
to use linuxthreads, emerge works again.
But I don't know if it really is nptl's fault. I can manually
compile everything with the same parameters as
portage does. So a portage (sandbox?) fault is also possible.
On Tue, 6 Dec 2005 10:45:57 -0800 (PST)
Jeff Donsbach <jeff_donsbach@...> wrote:
> Good point, Nils. Perhaps "5" is the configure.log I
> included? I don't know.I'll try that tonight (the
> Miata is at home).
> Jeff D
> --- "Nils o. Janus" <NoJ@...> wrote:
> > Hi Jeff,
> > > configure:1892: checking whether the C compiler
> > > (/usr/bin/gcc -mieee -mcpu=ev56 -pipe -O2 ) works
> > > configure:1908: /usr/bin/gcc -o conftest -mieee
> > > -mcpu=ev56 -pipe -O2 conftest.c 1>&5
> > ^^^^
> > what perplexes me is that stdout is redirecting to
> > the filedescriptor 5
> > which is not a standardized one.
> > Does that filedescriptor ( /dev/fd/5 ) exist?
> > This may be the reason why compiling without
> > redirecting the output, like
> > you already tried, works fine.
> > Try passing the 1>&5 to the call of gcc too and
> > check wether it segfaults
> > again.
> > On a DS20e, gcc just throws a "Bad file descriptor"
> > error without
> > segfaulting.
> > HTH,
> > greetings
> > Nils
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