>On Fri, Nov 03, 2000 at 10:04:24AM +0100, Michael Reifenberger wrote:
>> executing /compat/linux/bin/rpm issues a halt and powerdown under -current
>> an my TECRA8000.
>> Is it just me?
>It might be worth running "brandelf -t Linux /compat/linux/bin/rpm" to
>make sure it isn't being run with FreeBSD's syscalls instead of Linux's
brandelf /compat/linux/bin/rpm showed Type SYSV(0).
Branding it to Linux soved the problem.
Maybe a relict of the ELF changes long ago... I havn't touched the rpm for ages.
BUT I did a "file /compat/linux/bin/rpm" which identifies Linux anytime.
SO shouldn't there be the same chance for identifying for the executor?
Thanks anyway for the reminder!
Michael Reifenberger - IT, UNIX, R/3-Basis
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