> I've found a weird bug that seems to only happend in my system. It makes
> recursive makes segfault, like:
> ( make -v )
> After a lot of work tracking it I finally found what causes it, I'm attaching
> the patch that generates the bug, it's a diff from 2.5.18 to 2.5.19.
> I'm saying it's weird because just adding a printk before do_execve returns
> successfully makes the bug dissapear.
> BTW, yes, my system is very special.
I can verify that a lot of weird problems (compiles failing with seg
faults, `java -version` not running, other java programs not running and
in most cases the program in question would succeed if I ran it through
strace first) I was seeing in kernels after 2.5.18 (ie. 2.5.20-dj1,
2.5.20-dj4, 2.5.23-dj1 and 2.5.24-dj1) go away if I reverse the patch
included in the original email for this thread. Glad to find out what
had been causing that mess! Thanks.
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