I noticed that the daily cronjob for prelinking was failing and retuning 134.
Upon investigation it seem that "prelink -av -mR -f" is hitting:
prelink: exec.c:194: prelink_exec: Assertion `old_bss != -1' failed.
When running prelink -v -mR -f /usr/bin/ddjvu succeeds (output attached)
Created attachment 306720 [details]
Output from prelink -v -mR -f /usr/bin/ddjvu
Created attachment 306722 [details]
quick gdb session
I wanted to verify that it was in fact "/usr/bin/ddjvu" failing so I did some
quick poking with GDB. I don't pretend to understand what prelink is doing :)
Created attachment 306723 [details]
Output readelf -a /usr/bin/ddjvu
For comparison with what's in "dso" in the gdb output
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FWIW Fedora-11 doesn't seem to have this problem any more (Fedora-10 did).
I'll close the bug.