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Fwd: Re: Port 80

From: Phil Blake <phil@ns2.tcp.net.au>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 05:06:13 -0500 (EST)
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>Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 14:34:06 +1100
>To: Roland Mainz <Roland.Mainz@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de>
>From: Phil Blake <phil@dizzy.tcp.net.au>
>Subject: Re: Port 80
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>Hi Roland,
>
>>> Under Linux I get:
>>>
>>> ELF file's phentsize not the expected size: ELF file's phentsize not the
>>> expected size (libUnix.so)
>>> *** FATAL Error:
>>> You used either the -user or -group command  line option usefull only when
>>> running Jigsaw under UNIX.To be able to set these, Jigsaw requires  that
>>> libUnix, distributed with Jigsaw, be accessible from your LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
>>
>>A vocabulary question: What is "phentsize" ??
>
>Bloody good question. I've no idea. :)
>
>>My JNI-Port of libUnix/Unix.class was only tesed with
>>Solaris 2.6/2.7 on Sparcs; but I thougth the code is portable...
>>
>>Maybe a problem with the gcc options or version (my is 2.8.1) (or a linker
>>option)
>>because I figured them out in the trial&error method.
>
>Under linux I'm using 2.8.1 and AIX i'm using cc and xlc  (IBM's home brand)
>I'll build gcc 2.8.1 on AIX today and let you know.
>
>cc and xlc give me the following error on compile:
>xlc: 1501-210 command option Wall contains an incorrect subargument
>
>>(AFAIK libUnix should be compiled as a "shared library". Maybe you'll find
>>an example in other LInux sources...).
>>Anyother way to fiture out your problem is to use "truss" or something
>>simmilar
>>("truss" traces system calls and signals and writes a log file for further
>>analysis).
>
>Sounds like an incontenance problem. I'm pretty sure that it has compiled
>as a shared library but I'll look into it and let you know.
>
>>P.S.: It would be nice if you'll report here any solution for both AIX and
>>Linux so that
>>    we get some compile instructions for these systems...
>
>It certainly would. I'll pass any findings on to you.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Phil
>
>
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