[Aboriginal] Fun with TLS [was requires approval]

Rob Landley rob at landley.net
Tue Nov 4 14:15:09 PST 2014

On 11/04/14 15:01, David Halls wrote:
>     For host==target you can chroot into the build/root-filesystem-$ARCH
>     directory, which should let you run gdb on a process. (I believe you can
>     attach by PID and see where it's spinning, with stack backtrace and
>     everything.)
>     But if uClibc's NPTL doesn't "just work" for a target (not just a
>     configuration issue but needing nontrivial debugging), the best course
>     of action is probably for me to finish the musl migration for the
>     supported targets. (Of which x86-64 should be one.) uClibc is sort of a
>     dead-end project (Despite the existence of the various uClibc-ng forks.)
>     Rob
> It seems to be distcc. Perhaps there's a network/Qemu problem of some
> kind. If I remove distcc from the path then it's fine. Is there a simple
> way to disable distcc when running dev_environment.sh?

Yes, the distcc binaries are in their own directory, so adjust the $PATH
so that's not searched.

> Nevertheless, switching to musl is a good idea IMHO. 

Indeed. I just need to catch up enough on everything else to devote a
couple weekends to it...



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