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Re: How to correctly rebase?
- From: Ken Brown <kbrown at cornell dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com, Rainer dot Woitok at gmail dot com
- Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2015 08:58:08 -0400
- Subject: Re: How to correctly rebase?
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On 10/16/2015 4:49 AM, Dr Rainer Woitok wrote:
On Thursday, 2015-10-15 17:10:38 -0400, you wrote:
Another possibility is that those DLLs were in use. Rainer, did you make sure
that no Cygwin processes were running other than dash?
Well, at least I tried to. I ran "/bin/ps -ef" and only saw one "ps"
and one "ash" process.
No, it's because rebase is called with the -s option, which implies the -d
option, which means that it starts at 0x70000000 and works down.
Thanks for the explanation. This had escaped me.
can run 'rebase -is' to see the full list of base addresses.
I did, and I think this list os more or less the same as the output from
"rebaslst". But I'll compare more thoroughly later. What caught my eye
though is that both lists seemed sorted more or less with respect to de-
scending file names, except for
/usr/bin/cygLLVM-3.1.dll base 0x5ca90000 size 0x0128a000
/home/Rainer/repo/netcdf/bin/cygnetcdf-7.dll base 0x5dd20000 size 0x032a0000
/usr/bin/cygORBitCosNaming-2-0.dll base 0x61580000 size 0x0000c000
All my other local DLLs appear at the very end of these lists. Is this
just the way "rebase" works internally or does this indicate a problem?
I don't know off the top of my head, but I wouldn't worry about this.
Talking about problems: Python still does not work (and perhaps other
stuff I just haven't yet tried). Should I try re-installing Python?
But I would be more at rest if this all would be sort of explainable.
As Warren and Achim have both suggested, you may just have too many DLLs for
32-bit Cygwin. Can you uninstall some unneeded packages? Or switch to 64-bit
By the way, I don't think you have yet attached cygcheck output as requested in
http://cygwin.com/problems.html: "Run cygcheck -s -v -r > cygcheck.out and
include that file as an attachment in your report. Please do not compress or
otherwise encode the output. Just attach it as a straight text file so that it
can be easily viewed." Maybe someone will spot something.
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