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Re: Building FPC 3.2.2 on Debian "Testing" (Bookworm) x86_64
« Reply #45 on: January 24, 2023, 04:09:59 pm »
Original issue:bootstrap=3.0.2 fpc=3.0.4 (default binutils 2.40) wrt msg2inc segmentation fault.

Either stripped or not "file" tells it is a valid executable on both accounts. Invoking it (outside the build process) displays the segmentation fault.


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make DEBUG=1 OPT="-O- -k--verbose=5" PP="${pp_bootstrap_compiler}"

-- snip --

make -C utils cleanall
make[6]: Entering directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler/utils'
/usr/bin/rm -f fpc ppufiles ppudump ppumove mkarmins mkx86ins fpc.o ppufiles.o ppudump.o ppumove.o mkarmins.o mkx86ins.o libpfpc.a libpppufiles.a libpppudump.a libpppumove.a libpmkarmins.a libpmkx86ins.a libimpfpc.a libimpppufiles.a libimpppudump.a libimpppumove.a libimpmkarmins.a libimpmkx86ins.a
/usr/bin/rm -f units/x86_64-linux/ppu.ppu units/x86_64-linux/crc.ppu
/usr/bin/rm -rf units
/usr/bin/rm -f *.o *.ppu *.rst *.s *.a *.so *.ppl
/usr/bin/rm -rf *.sl
/usr/bin/rm -f fpcmade.* Package.fpc ./ppas.sh script.res link.res 
/usr/bin/rm -f *_ppas.sh
make[6]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler/utils'
/usr/bin/rm -rf x86_64/units
/usr/bin/rm -f x86_64/*.o x86_64/*.ppu x86_64/*.rst x86_64/*.s x86_64/*.a x86_64/*.so x86_64/*.ppl
/usr/bin/rm -f x86_64/ppc386 x86_64/ppc68k x86_64/ppcx64 x86_64/ppcppc x86_64/ppcsparc x86_64/ppcppc64 x86_64/ppcarm x86_64/ppcmips x86_64/ppcmipsel x86_64/ppcjvm x86_64/ppc8086 x86_64/ppcx64
/usr/bin/rm -f ppcx64
/usr/bin/mkdir -p x86_64/units/x86_64-linux
make ./msg2inc
make[6]: Entering directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/bin/ppcx64-3.0.2 -gl -Ur -Xs -O2 -n -Fux86_64 -Fusystems -Fu/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux -Fix86_64 -FE. -FUx86_64/units/x86_64-linux -Cg -dDEBUG -dRELEASE -O- -k--verbose=5 -dx86_64 -dGDB -dBROWSERLOG -Fux86 -Sew -FE. utils/msg2inc.pp
GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Debian) 2.40
  Supported emulations:
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   elf32_x86_64
   elf_i386
   elf_iamcu
   i386pep
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/usr/bin/ld: mode elf_x86_64
attempt to open ./link.res succeeded
./link.res
opened script file ./link.res
/usr/bin/ld: warning: ./link.res contains output sections; did you forget -T?
attempt to open /media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/prt0.o succeeded
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/prt0.o
attempt to open ./x86_64/units/x86_64-linux/msg2inc.o succeeded
./x86_64/units/x86_64-linux/msg2inc.o
attempt to open /media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/system.o succeeded
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/system.o
attempt to open /media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/lnfodwrf.o succeeded
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/lnfodwrf.o
attempt to open /media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/exeinfo.o succeeded
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/exeinfo.o
attempt to open /media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/strings.o succeeded
/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/rtl/units/x86_64-linux/strings.o
make[6]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
./msg2inc msg/errore.msg msg msg
make[5]: *** [Makefile:3858: msgtxt.inc] Segmentation fault
make[5]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
make[4]: *** [Makefile:3971: next] Error 2
make[4]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
make[3]: *** [Makefile:3975: ppc1] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
make[2]: *** [Makefile:3987: cycle] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4/compiler'
make[1]: *** [Makefile:2780: compiler_cycle] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/media/ramdisk-8gb/compilehostedfpc/src/fpc-3.0.4'
make: *** [Makefile:2812: build-stamp.x86_64-linux] Error 2

A 193mb log from LD_DEBUG=ALL is such overwhelming that I am unable to see a tree in the forest  :)

Next step is to check what building 3.2.2 shows us.



edit: it seems that msg2inc will not run without elevated rights (i am the owner, group owner and the executable has all required read/write rights). I have never seen that before and the source of msg2inc does not seem to justify that requirement (unless I missed something) . Anybody out there that is able to shed a light on how to further debug (gdb does not have a backtrace) ? Or is it simply the 'first call' to getrlimit that is failing when called without elevated rights ?
« Last Edit: January 25, 2023, 08:38:27 am by TRon »

 

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