ldso problem on zynq
schlatow at ...238...
Fri Apr 10 12:07:31 CEST 2015
this was actually helpful. It was catching a Region_conflict exception thrown by Allocator_avl_base::alloc_addr().
The requested address was in a very low range so that no matching block could be found.
Actually, it was LD_TEXT_ADDR, hence modifying this value in spec-hw_zynq.mk accordingly solved my problem.
On Fri, 10 Apr 2015 11:05:03 +0200
Sebastian Sumpf <Sebastian.Sumpf at ...1...> wrote:
> Hi Johannes,
> On 04/09/2015 06:05 PM, Johannes Schlatow wrote:
> > Hi,
> > as previously mentioned, I'm running Genode on Zynq-based hardware...which is progressing quite well by the way ;-)
> > Unfortunately, I got stuck at using the dynamic linker, i.e. 'make run/ldso' fails with the following output:
> >> Genode 14.11-93-ge5ef216
> >> int main(): --- create local services ---
> >> int main(): --- start init ---
> >> int main(): transferred 1020 MB to init
> >> int main(): --- init created, waiting for exit condition ---
> >> [init -> test-ldso] LD: Failed to load program
> >> [init] virtual void Genode::Child_policy::exit(int): child "test-ldso" exited with exit value -1
> > As I'm quite unfamiliar with dynamic linking in general, I have no clue what's wrong here. Also, having a quick look at the corresponding lines in the ldso didn't shed much light on this matter. Thus, I'd be very glad to get a few hints from you guys. Any ideas what I need to check to narrow this down?
> > If you are interested in the zynq-related code, you can find it at:
> > https://github.com/ValiValpas/genode/tree/zynq
> That is hard to tell remotely, could you comment out the try and the
> catch statement that print the error message and send me the output?
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