Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: Coreutils 8.4-1: sleep dumps core on i-Stor iS607
- Here's what my /opt/etc/ipkg.conf says:Obviously this device goes under the i-Stor iS607 name only in Russia. Here's the same device: Taurus LAN PDD-LNU2SS2010/2/11 Brian <b88zhou@...>
I never heard of this device, and I did not even know this device can run optware. What feed is it using?
I just tested on a qnap ts-219 (cs08q1armel feed) and nslu2 unslung (nslu2 feed). Both works fine.
It's possible that libc version on this i-Stor iS607 device is not entirely compatible with the feed you're using, causing problem.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "snake.scaly" <snake.scaly@...> wrote:
> Subj. Here's a bit more detail:
> ~ # uname -a
> Linux i-Stor.RT-G32 2.6.15 #160 Thu May 29 14:11:48 CST 2008 armv4l GNU/Linux
> ~ # ipkg info coreutils
> Package: coreutils
> Version: 8.4-1
> Status: install user installed
> Section: core
> Architecture: arm
> maintainer: NSLU2 Linux <email@example.com>
> MD5Sum: d1486a21557fa638c9f73cc127d316df
> Size: 1916308
> Filename: coreutils_8.4-1_arm.ipk
> Source: http://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/coreutils/coreutils-8.4.tar.gz
> Description: Bunch of heavyweight *nix core utilities
> ~ # sleep 2
> Illegal instruction (core dumped)
> busybox sleep works fine.