Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 13532
Unable to execute "make" or "rpm -i" commands
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:56 EDT
Unable to execute "make" or "rpm -i" commands. Compilation failed with
message "Segmentation fault (Core dump)". The problem occurred after
rebuilding RedHat 7.0 Beta2 with 2.2.16 standard kernel.
It seems that ksh is not on CD.
Compaq ProLiant DL380 and ML530
Embedded SCSI or Array
Steps to reproduce:
1. Install RedHat 7.0 Beta2
2. patch cciss-099 driver to standard 2.2.16 kernel (not 2.2.16-3)
3. rebuild kernel
5. trying to run IO test but it failed, so tried to install ksh and it
failed with segmentation fault error. Then went to /usr/src/linux dir and
run make menuconfig, it gives same message and stopped.
Problem is isolated to using 2.1.90-17 family of packages for "glibc". I ran
across this with trying to compile a test suite using those packages and got the
same results. I then tried the .18 versions with beta2 and make(1) worked
correctly. I also verified that the 2.1.91-2 family of "glibc" packages in
beta3 works as well.