|Subject:||Re: Weird segfault|
|Date:||Sat, 6 Feb 2016 15:09:27 -0400|
I've recently cross compiled (for the same arch) bash 4.3. Oddly, every time I chroot into my new sysroot, executing bash -i, it immediately segfault. However, using bash -il instead, or simply bash -c 'exec bash -i', everything seems to work normally. However, when I exit/logout, I see that segfault.
Figuring it's a problem with my host's environment (best guess I had), I tried a variety of ways to clean out my environment, using both my host and new sysroots's env: no change.
I'm not really sure this is a bug with bash, but seeing as I have not better ideas, I thought I'd ask the people who know bash best. I'm sorry if this is not the right place to look for help.
Enclosed is my ABS archive, containing a PKGBUILD (an Arch Linux build script, bash syntax), and two patches. I hope it's function is fairly transparent.
Thank you for your time, Isabell Cowan
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