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Re: Build problem with Bash-3.0

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Build problem with Bash-3.0
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 11:43:31 -0500
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James Richard Tyrer wrote:
> I have Linux built mostly from source.  I upgraded to GLibc-2.3.6 and
> BinUtils-2.16.1.  I am currently using GCC-3.4.4 due to some problems
> with GCC-4.0.2.  I have applied all 16 Bash-3.0 patches.
> Bash builds fine using shared libraries, but when I tried to upgrade my
> statically linked shell for the root user I had problems see attached.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated, or should I file a bug report?

The messages about the password and group functions are normal -- glibc
telling you that it requires dynamic functionality for those functions
to work as expected, and warning that the right shared libraries must be
available at runtime.

The messages about malloc are probably due to some unresolved symbol
pulling in the libc malloc, which results in multiply-defined symbols.
I don't know what that symbol might be -- I can build a static bash
without those conflicts on RHEL3 -- but configuring
--without-bash-malloc should at least get you a working binary.

``The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne.'' - Chaucer
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