> On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 10:18:20AM -0500, Pete Fritchman wrote:
> >++ 01/02/02 09:04 -0600 - David W. Chapman Jr.:
> >| I'm seeing this on a -current as of yesterday and as of today. I
> >| just finished a make world and kernel a few mins ago as well as
> >| rebuilding all my ports, but kde still dies when I try to load it,
> >| last night before I tried to rebuild all the ports I was getting
> >| signal 11's. Any ideas anyone?
> >This is because KDE is compiled with objprelink (ports/devel/objprelink)
> >which depends on a certain version of binutils, I guess. Once I get my
> >laptop updated I'll see what I can figure out.. I'm guessing it's a
> >small patch to objprelink. In the mean time, I'll see if I can add a
> >WITHOUT_OBJPRELINK hook to the KDE ports.
> How are you going to tell, in the objprelink port, what version of
> binutils you're working with? If you patch it to fix the -current problem,
> you'll likely break -stable.
Or maybe he will fix binutils. :-) On current anything that use a libpng
that was compiled with the new binutils just coredump with a bus error.
Well anything is maybe exagerated a little, gs from ghostscript-gnu,
pnmtopng from netpnm and also a manually compiled and dinamically linked
pngtest from png/work/libpng.
John Hay -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] / [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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