Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 67227
Pine relocation error
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:43:26 EDT
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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.79 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.4.18-5.49 i686; Nav)
Description of problem:
Pine crashes when trying to attach files, use spell check, read files.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start pine.
2. Select compose.
3. Go to Attchmnt: field.
4. Press ctrl-T.
5. Pine crashes.
Actual Results: program name unknown>: relocation error: <main program>:
undefined symbol: lstat
This sounds like it might be toolchain related, I've Cc'd Jakub.
A wait+rebuild likely will fix it perhaps.
This means some library or binary is built incorrectly.
There should never be undefined reference to lstat, fstat, stat etc.
If optimizing, those functions are inlined into calls to __lxstat etc. with
specific arguments, for non-optimizing builds lstat etc. are .hidden in
libc_nonshared.a which gets linked from libc.so. But if some library is e.g.
linked with ld -shared without -lc, this might happen (use gcc -shared instead).
This problem is not reproduceable with the current pine package
running with the Limbo beta updated to current rawhide. I'm assuming
whatever the problem might have been that it was transient and is fixed
Testing was performed on the i386 platform since no platform is specified
in the bug report.
Could you confirm this now works for you, and then change the bug
status to RAWHIDE, or change it back to ASSIGNED if the problem persists.