emulators/qemu-launcher: unable to launch

Lowell Gilbert freebsd-ports-local at be-well.ilk.org
Mon Nov 13 12:57:00 PST 2006


Lowell Gilbert <freebsd-ports-local at be-well.ilk.org> writes:

> martinko <gamato at users.sf.net> writes:
>
>> Lowell Gilbert wrote:
>>> martinko <gamato at users.sf.net> writes:
>>>
>>>   
>>>> Hello list,
>>>>
>>>> I've just compiled and installed emulators/qemu-launcher and this is
>>>> what I've got when trying to run it:
>>>>
>>>> $ qemu-launcher
>>>> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libgthread-2.0.so.0: Undefined
>>>> symbol "pthread_getschedparam"
>>>>
>>>> What's wrong please?  What am I to do now?
>>>>     
>>>
>>> When you installed the port, it printed out the pkg-message file for
>>> the port, which has the answer for this problem and a number of
>>> others.  Specifically:
>>>     - qemu now uses aio at least for ide dma, so if you get `Bad system call'
>>>     crashes that is because aio is not (kld)loaded.
>>>
>>>
>>>   
>>
>> Lowell,
>>
>> You're obviously right.  The message must have scrolled off the screen
>> or something.  Usually I notice and read pkg-messages.  Sorry.
>>
>> But yours was an answer to a different question of mine.  This thread is
>> regarding qemu-launcher and has nothing to do with aio.ko.  (I just
>> checked if there isn't anything in its pkg-message:))
>>
>> Do you happen to know a solution to this issue too please ?
>
> My apologies; I seem to have cut and pasted into the wrong windows.
>
> This is a problem with how glib links into the pthreads libraries.
> pthread_getschedparam is definitely supposed to be invoked from there,
> and on -STABLE, at least, that symbol is in libpthread.  Is that the
> case on your system?  When you build glib, is libpthread found?

Oops; never mind.  I can reproduce this also.


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