Segmentation fault with "./pgm" but not with "wine ./pgm"
bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
Sun Nov 23 13:12:27 CST 2003
>>>>> "Sundial" == Sundial Services International Inc <miker at sundialservices.com> writes:
Sundial> After updating Linux (glibc) the following problem has
Sundial> surfaced: [#1] If a Win32 executable is run from the shell with
Sundial> "./pgmname" the program does not run but produces the message
Sundial> "segmentation fault." (If there is a traceback or log then I
Sundial> don't know how to get it.)
Sundial> [#2] However: if the program is run with "wine ./pgmname" the
Sundial> program runs normally.
Sundial> Perhaps the most basic problem I have here is that, in scenario
Sundial> #1 when all I get is "segmentation fault," I don't know how to
Sundial> get more info, a traceback or a log.
Sundial> System is RHLinux 8.0, Wine 20030318, which ran just fine in
Sundial> both scenarios until an update was applied which included
Sundial> Incidentally, I rebuilt Wine from source and even rebooted the
Sundial> machine (sigh, thus ending 100-odd days of uptime) with no
Sundial> effect on the prob. Obviously if I knew how to see the real
Sundial> failure-message I could probably shoot it.
It seems your kernel is setup ti automatically recognize PE executables. I
guess the kernel loader points to some old wine version. Clarify your setup.
Uwe Bonnes bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
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