On Fri, 2008-12-05 at 18:39 +0100, Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 05, 2008 at 11:11:09AM +0530, Kedar Sovani wrote:
> > > With the announcement of Fedora-10, I am sure people would want to know
> > > whether anyone is building F10 packages for ARM.
> > >
> > > I have been doing just that. So far I have built a set of basic packages
> > > (including gcc) that boots F10 on ARM. These packages are, for now,
> > > built on an F8 build root. Once I have rpm-build built for F10, I could
> > > rebuild all the packages on an F10 build root. And then make the rpms
> > > available somewhere.
> > Ok, I now have the build closure with rpm-build available for F10. Thus
> > far, I have upwards of 450 rpms built for F10 (on an F8 root).
> > I have now started re-buildling these rpms on F10. While building rpms
> > on the F10 root, one problem that I see is some binaries keep crashing.
> > I could narrow down the problem to "-fstack-protector" option to gcc.
> > I do not pass that option, things work fine. Else, I see the binary
> > seg-faulting. Is anyone aware of a known issues with gcc-4.3 on ARM, as
> > far as stack protector is concerned?
> Can you try whether the fix for gcc PR35965 resolves this? E.g.
Great! This patch worked.
Is anyone interested in getting F10 to work on the beagleboard?