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Re: 5110 on 486

From: Pavel Machek
Subject: Re: 5110 on 486
Date: Fri, 31 May 2002 20:51:14 +0200
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> I've posted this before but havent got any further, so I'd though I'd try 
> again...
> I've got a 486 thinkpad with a slackware 2.2 kernel...
> I can load gnokii 3.3 rpm and when I do gnokii --identify it gives the right 
> information but wont return to the command prompt (util I do Ctl-C). This 
> happens with every gnokii command, with 2 working phones and cables.
> So I've downloaded and compiled various gnokii source (.4pre20 today) on a 
> Pentium II --with-debug and it creates ELF 386 binaries:
> "gnokii: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), 
> dynamically linked (uses shared libs), not stripped"
> I'm assuming this means they should run on a 486..?
> Ive then transferred gnokii and onto the thinkpad and get 
> segmentation fault. 
> Since I cant fit a gcc compiler onto the thinkpad, what else can I do?

make test, that produces statically linked executable in
common/gnokii-debug. Easier to handle ;-). Test on pII to see it is
really problem with 486.

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