This happens because a couple of the symbols in the module
don't have versioning information, so they aren't global
symbols. When libc goes to use these functions, it fails
on a dlsym() call. About to send in a patch.
------- Email Received From Nalin Dahyabhai <firstname.lastname@example.org> 05/10/99 15:33 -------
This is fixed in CVS glibc
Fixed in the CVS glibc; a errata glibc release is pending.