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Re: Core dump

From: Julian Fitzell <julian_at_beta4.com>
Date: 2002-07-25 23:42:39 CEST

Julian Fitzell wrote:
> Hi,
> I seem to be having trouble compiling a working client. The server
> compiles fine and I can connect to it from the windows binary but both
> the alpha tarball and a HEAD checkout (with the windows version) drop
> core as soon as svn is run (even with no parameters).
> The only error during the compile is a recurring:
> libtool: link: warning: `/usr/lib/libgdbm.la' seems to be moved
> Which I have never seen before but can't figure out the origin of. The
> file is at that location and I know of nothing that would have moved it
> recently.
> I tried compiling a client with "--enable-maintainer-mode
> --disable-shared --enable-debug" but it still drops core and a backtrace
> in gdb doesn't give any symbols... is --enable-debug the correct flag?
> It's what's listed in the configure help screen...
> I'm using HEAD apache2, apr, apr-util.
> It's a RedHat 7.2 box and software versions as follows:
> autoconf: 2.52d
> automake: 1.5
> libtool: 1.4 (1.920 2001/04/24 23:26:18)
> Anyone have any ideas? I'd like to eliminate the libtool warning just
> in case but I can't figure out how. And then beyond that... I'm out of
> ideas.

I guess no one has seen this problem...

I did resolve the libtool error - libgdbm.la had an entry saying that it
was installed in /usr/local/lib when it was really in /usr/lib - no idea

But the problem hasn't gone away.

Can someone confirm how to enable debugging symbols? At least that way
I can figure out where it's dropping core.



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