L4Re Build Failure on i386 (Revision 80)

Paul Boddie paul at boddie.org.uk
Fri Aug 3 00:26:45 CEST 2018


I thought I'd try and get L4Re and the UX variant of Fiasco.OC working again. 
Various errors with the actual compiler - not typical compilation errors - 
have previously occurred, but system updates come along every so often and I 
saw that new revisions of L4Re/Fiasco.OC have also arrived fairly recently.

Unfortunately, the L4Re build fails with complaints about the linking process. 
Here is the verbose build output at the point of failure:

  [fb-drv] ==> Linking fb-drv
/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/tool/bin/l4-bender -t ld -
Dl4obj=/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/mybuild -Dl4dir=/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4 -
Dgcclibdir="/usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/7/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-
gnu/7/../../../../i686-linux-gnu/lib/i686-linux-gnu/7/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-
linux-gnu/7/../../../../i686-linux-gnu/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-
linux-gnu/7/../../../../i686-linux-gnu/lib/../lib/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-
gnu/7/../../../i686-linux-gnu/7/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/7/../../../i386-
linux-gnu/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/7/../../../../lib/ /lib/i686-linux-
gnu/7/ /lib/i386-linux-gnu/ /lib/../lib/ /usr/lib/i686-linux-gnu/7/ 
/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ /usr/lib/../lib/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-
gnu/7/../../../../i686-linux-gnu/lib/ /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/7/../../../ 
/lib/ /usr/lib/" -Dl4system=x86_gen -Dl4api=l4f -Dlinker="ld -m elf_i386" --
spec=/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/mk/bid-bender.spec -- -o fb-drv  -MD -MF ./.fb-
drv.pcs.d -PClibc_support_misc -PClibio-vbus -PCx86emu_int10 -PCx86emu_int10 -
PCstdlibs -static -gc-sections -Ttext-segment=0x01000000   --defsym 
__L4_KIP_ADDR__=0xaffff000 --defsym __L4_STACK_ADDR__=0xb0000000 -L 
/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/mybuild/lib/x86_gen/l4f -L 
/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/mybuild/lib/x86_gen -L 
/home/paulb/L4/UX/src/l4/mybuild/lib  --warn-common -Ttext-segment=0x01000000 
main.o dummy.o splash.o vesa.o  
ld: section `.note.gnu.property' assigned to non-existent phdr `interp'
ld: section `.rel.dyn' assigned to non-existent phdr `interp'

I know that the ldscripts have been changed, but I struggle to see how the 
above relates to them or whether they are even involved in this particular 
outcome. Might there be something obviously wrong somewhere in the recent 


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