>Well, if you can run "passwd", can you run "nm"
>or some other utility to see if libc.so.6 does
>in fact define the symbol _sec0?
Yes,I can. And there is no such symbol,so I suspect the disk drive first
> Kevin K.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Fuxin Zhang" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 3:48 PM
>> I am porting support of Algorithmics P6032 evalution board from
>> 2.2 kernel to 2.4. I started with the kernel 2.4.3 from hardhat2.0
>> distribution.Now I am able to boot the kernel but it hangs up when
>> trying to exec /sbin/init.The error message is something like:
>> Init: Kernel panic: trying to kill init
>> Init:error loading libc.so.6, undefined symbol _sec0
>> But if i let the kernel execute /bin/ash.static directly,it can give me
>> a shell while complaining something like" no tty found,job control
>disabled". Then I can use most commands such as ls,passwd,cat.So the
>> libc.so.6 can't be a corrupted one.
>> The test environment is:
>> Algorithmics P6032 with a idt79RC64474 CPU
>> IDE hard disk(IBM Deskstar 40M,7200rpm)
>> Kernel options:
>> pci,ide(with/without dma,multimode) enabled
>> serial console enabled
>> What can be the cause?
>> I suspect the ide driver first.But disabling dma doesn't help and it
>> seems to work quite well under ash.
>> I am investigating the cause,if you want,I can provide more
>> Fuxin Zhang