Re: Firefox 100.0_1,2 immediate crash on signal 5

From: John Kennedy <>
Date: Tue, 03 May 2022 15:42:37 UTC
On Tue, May 03, 2022 at 11:29:56AM -0400, Frank Seltzer wrote:
> On Tue, 03 May 2022 15:27:33 +0200
> Jan Beich <> wrote:
> > Try rebuilding without LTO. rust-1.60 emits LLVM 14 bytecode that LLD
> > from llvm13 may not understand. firefox cannot switch to llvm14 yet
> > due to missing wasi-compiler-rt14. In the past firefox build usually
> > broke due to LLVM mismatch, so quickly noticed during exp-run.
> I have rust 1.60.0 and llvm13-13.0.1_2 installed.
> How do I build without LTO?

  For what it's worth, no issues with firefox-100.0,2 (currently running
13.1-RC4 (releng/13.1-n250135-59288c719dc2).

  Looking at the packages mentioned above, my poudriere is pulling in:


  That particular system is crunching up RC5, so may have just got a
good point between rust-1.59 and rust-1.60.

  [ports @ ~066e69f55554f1675d0f5c5227e96292466bc0d6, ~Apr 27th]