Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-06-11 Thread Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss
>I found an article (https://lwn.net/Articles/741878/) stating that " On >current Linux systems, the LDT is almost unused but some applications >(Wine, for example) still need it. When it is used, the LDT must be >available to both kernel and user space, but it must live in kernel >space." >

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-29 Thread bentahyr
As additional note, there is a bug file with wine. The comment for the Wine team leader is "It sounds like LDT support got broken somehow. If you haven't done that already, you should probably file a bug against the OpenIndiana kernel." I found an article (https://lwn.net/Articles/741878/)

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-28 Thread bentahyr
I recompiled wine (3.9) with -ggdb and -O0 Here is the output (using WINEDEBUG=+all env) $ gdb --args /opt/wine/bin/wine winefile GNU gdb (GDB) 7.10.1 [...] Reading symbols from /opt/wine/bin/wine...done. (gdb) r Starting program: /opt/wine/bin/wine winefile [Thread debugging using libthread_db

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-23 Thread bentahyr
Yes, thanks for the work by the OI team, it is quite easy to compile recent version. For wine 3.8, just use the following patch : = BEGIN --- dlls/ntdll/signal_i386.c2016-12-24 08:52:13.0 +1300 +++ dlls/ntdll/signal_i386.c2017-01-03 15:34:44.137167786 +1300 @@

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-23 Thread openbabel
Has anyone managed to compile the latest versions 3.x of wine ? regards, Robert On 22/05/2018 18:48, Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss wrote: Hi, can you rebuild it with -ggdb -O0 and resend the back trace? $ gdb /opt/gnu/wine/bin/wine core GNU gdb (GDB) 7.10.1 Copyright (C) 2015

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-22 Thread Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss
> Hi, can you rebuild it with -ggdb -O0 and resend the back trace? $ gdb /opt/gnu/wine/bin/wine core GNU gdb (GDB) 7.10.1 Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later This is free software: you are free to change

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-21 Thread bentahyr
I did the update and I can say that wine (3.0) works. $ uname -a SunOS kamahi 5.11 OS-6906-0-g1d9a8ab82e i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris It's interesting as I tried to disable KPTI (in /boot/conf.d/) but couln't run wine. Best regards. Ben Le 2018-05-21 20:42, Alexander Pyhalov a écrit : On

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-21 Thread Alexander Pyhalov
On 21.05.2018 19:23, Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss wrote: Hi I used to compile Wine and it used to work quite well but recent update to OpenIndiana nailed it quite hard as it seg fault's  for anything more than --version. I would like to confirm that wine-2.21 worked just fine

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-21 Thread Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss
>Hi I used to compile Wine and it used to work quite well but recent >update to OpenIndiana nailed it quite hard as it seg fault's  for >anything more than --version. I would like to confirm that wine-2.21 worked just fine before upgrading but now it reports: Segmentation Fault (core dumped) In

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-21 Thread Alexander Pyhalov
On 05/21/18 10:43 AM, Alexander Pyhalov wrote: Hi. The issue seems similar to sbcl one. I'd blame KPTI, but this need confirming. Can you check it on illumos-gate prior to KPTI changes? I've published illumos-gate prior to KPTI changes here -

Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Wine and recent Openindiana

2018-05-21 Thread Alexander Pyhalov
On 05/21/18 12:23 AM, benta...@chez.com wrote: Hi I used to compile Wine and it used to work quite well but recent update to OpenIndiana nailed it quite hard as it seg fault's  for anything more than --version. $ winecfg Segmentation Fault (core dumped) Update date | illumos v. | result