On 24-Apr-2002 Kenneth Culver wrote:
>> libc sets it before it enters the kernel. Then on kernel entry we save
>> ebp in the trapframe.
> So in the case of linux emulation, the glibc that we're using in the
> linux-ulator isn't setting it properly? I'm using the linux_base-7 port
> for this, so as far as I can tell, it should work... assuming linux_base-7
> is meant to run on a linux-2.4.x kernel (or kernel that's emulating that).
> I may have screwed up my linux libs somehow or another too... could this
> be causing the behavior I'm seeing?
Maybe. You could always try finding the mmap2() entry point and dissassembling
it to see what it is doing.
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