That means our assumption taken in comment #63 that it was fixed in;a=commitdiff;h=014628a705bdaf31c09915
either was wrong (unset fix released) - or this is a similar but not the
same issue (which would imply a new bug since this already has plenty of
potentially mismatching history).

Given the time this was considered closed I'd vote for a new bug to analyze 
things from scratch.
@David - would you mind opening a new bug?

@TJ - before considering backporting something of the current solution to 
xenial, (all other releases are >=2.7) would you mind testing e.g. qemu 2.10 
via [1].
Also a trivial reproducer will help to make this SRUable, like David added his 
(for the probably new issue). Or is the one in comment #58 representing your 
case as well?


** Changed in: qemu (Ubuntu Xenial)
       Status: New => Incomplete

** Changed in: qemu (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Fix Released

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  cmake hangs with qemu-arm-static

Status in QEMU:
  Fix Released
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  Fix Released
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Bug description:
  I'm using git commit 3e7ecd976b06f... configured with --target-list
  =arm-linux-user --static in a chroot environment to compile some
  things. I ran into this problem with both pcl and opencv-2.3.1. cmake
  consistently freezes at some point during its execution, though in a
  different spot each time, usually during a step when it's searching
  for some libraries. For instance, pcl most commonly stops after:

  -- Boost version: 1.46.1
  -- Found the following Boost libraries:
  --   system
  --   filesystem
  --   thread
  --   date_time
  -- checking for module 'eigen3'
  --   found eigen3, version 3.0.1

  which is perplexing because it freezes after finding what it wants,
  not during the search. When it does get past that point, it does so
  almost immediately but freezes somewhere else.

  I'm using 64-bit Ubuntu 11.10 with kernel release 3.0.0-16-generic
  with an Intel i5.

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