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comment glibc detected error, possible memory leak?
"Personally I feel like what caused this error was some sort of memory leak" -- your feeling is completely off base. You should resist paying any attention to your feelings until you have a few more years of experience under your belt.
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answered How to find who is calling the shared library functions?
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comment gdb - multiple threads and shared libs
Threads do not belong to any shared library, and that makes your question exceedingly unclear. What is it that you are actually trying to achieve?
May
23
comment How to compile LLVM against a custom glibc?
"shared library libtinfo.so.5 still cannot be found" -- it is likely that this is a system library installed in /usr/lib, or /lib, or /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu or wherever Wheezy installs them. It's also likely that your build of glibc-2.21 isn't looking there. Try adding system library paths to your RPATH, like so: -Wl,--rpath=/usr/local/glibc/glibc-2.21/lib:/lib:/usr/lib:/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
May
22
comment How to `getNativeSymbolInfo()` for a symbol in a `.so` from a built in R package?
@user1424739 "Why don't you..." because I don't have your version of R installed. Is this on Mac OSX by chance? My answer is wrong for OSX.
May
22
comment How to compile LLVM against a custom glibc?
@nrz I think I see your problem: you did -Wl,--dynamic-linker=/usr/local/glibc/glibc-2.21/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 but you probably want -Wl,--dynamic-linker=/usr/local/glibc/glibc-2.21/lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 (the latter marches your attempted LD_PRELOAD). In any case, make sure the --dynamic-linker path actually exists: the "no such file" error you are getting suggests that it doesn't.
May
21
answered rpath of a shared object file
May
21
answered Shared library: state and diamond
May
21
answered How to `getNativeSymbolInfo()` for a symbol in a `.so` from a built in R package?
May
21
answered Symbols of function in a library
May
20
answered How to compile LLVM against a custom glibc?
May
20
answered Detect execution flow divergence
May
19
answered Can't properly link libraries when compiling with Waf
May
19
answered resolve name mangling without c++filt
May
19
answered Linking with a shared object file in my home directory
May
18
revised gcc fails with "undefined reference" in Cygwin, but the reference exists in a linked library
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May
18
answered gcc fails with "undefined reference" in Cygwin, but the reference exists in a linked library
May
18
revised how to use a GDB input file for multiple input
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May
18
answered how to use a GDB input file for multiple input
May
17
comment different function address in PIC shared library
See also en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Address_space_layout_randomization
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