On 17/10/2010 13:47, Adrian Reyer wrote:
> Hi Gordan,
> On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 12:29:07PM +0100, Gordan Bobic wrote:
>> RHEL6 as the host/guest). If one set was 32-bit and the other
>> 64-bit, the sizes would be different.
> I take it, checksums are the same as well?
> What about a broken linker? Can you exec /lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2
> (Debian filename, might be named slightly different at your place)?
> That had been the issue with a similar effect without unification on a
> 32bit system I ran 2 years back. Nothing seemed to be exectutable
> anymore as a result.
Yeah, funnily I just (yesterday) managed to recreate something very
similar in a chroot where I completely messed up a libc update... I
didn't debug it too much, but it was quite peculiar in that every
executable suddenly stopped claiming to be an executable. They even
looked wierd from another 32bit chroot mounting the dead chroot...
I didn't study it too much, but definitely things go a bit peculiar if
you mess up libc... Curious
Received on Wed Oct 20 14:27:23 2010