Just tried installing "ohphone" under FreeBSD-current. "ohphone" is a H323
compatible phone that can be used for Voice over IP, it's available in the
FreeBSD ports collection. Just starting the application produces the message
"User signal 2". That's it, nothing else, whatever option you supply. Copying
libc_r.so.4 from a 4.1.1 machine to the -current machine makes ohphone work.
Starting it under gdb I see that it receives a SIGUSR2, for whatever reason
does not catch it and fails. Why would an application suddenly receive a
SIGUSR2 when it wasn't receiving that signal with the 4.1.1 libc_r?

Blaz Zupan,  Medinet d.o.o, Linhartova 21, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
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