R11B installation problem on debian

Roberto Saccon rsaccon@REDACTED
Mon Aug 7 18:10:38 CEST 2006

And again it was XEN causing trouble. It patches the kernel and
modifies the NPTL stuff.

On 8/7/06, Mikael Pettersson <mikpe@REDACTED> wrote:
> On Mon, 7 Aug 2006 08:48:49 -0300, Roberto Saccon wrote:
> > I inspected the logfile for strange things and there were a
> > lot of strange things and then I realized that on my XEN setup, I had
> > only reserved 64 MB of RAM for that domain.
> >
> > After increasing that, it did still not work, then I tried with
> > "./configure --disable-hipe" and finally it worked, but of course I
> > don't want to disable hipe.
> >
> > Is there any known issue with debian sarge ? Any special library required ?
> If both HiPE/x86 (or amd64) and threads are enabled, then you need either
> an NPTL glibc, or a LinuxThreads glibc that has been configured for a
> 2.3.99 or later kernel. Otherwise LinuxThreads can't use "floating stacks"
> and then it falls back to using %esp in ways that are fundamentally
> incompatible with HiPE/x86. The only solution if you have a misconfigured
> glibc is to disable either hipe or threads.

Roberto Saccon

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