Fine, then _tell_ me what the specific address is supposed to be,
if there even really is one. I know there's a specific address in
SVR4/i386, but as yet you've given me no reason to think the address
is wired down on the Alpha. Just saying it's wired down doesn't do
anybody a bit of good if you don't state what the address is supposed
Do you have a copy of DEC UNIX with a compiler?
I don't even have an Alpha machine.
Write a program:
And then examine the memory mappings for it.
That will show where the RTLD is mapped for sleep, but it doesn't
show whether the RTLD _has_ to be mapped at that location. I think
a better way would be to run objdump on the Digital Unix RTLD and
see if it has a fixed load address.
John Polstra jd...@polstra.com
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