in oi_148 library libusb.so.1 seems broken.
as an example, compiled apcupsd with usb support cannot be started (segmentation fault on launch) with usb in its config.
workaround: replace libusb.so.1 with file from oi_147
Updated by Albert Lee over 10 years ago
- Category set to 10
- Priority changed from Low to Normal
- Target version changed from oi_148 to oi_151
Could be an existing bug exposed by building SFW with Studio 12.1.
debugging core file of gtkam (32-bit) from kirin file: /usr/bin/gtkam initial argv: gtkam threading model: native threads status: process terminated by SIGSEGV (Segmentation Fault), addr=f576361d > ::stack libc_hwcap1.so.1`strtok_r+0x54(f576361c, f5763c54, fee10380, fee9e334) libc_hwcap1.so.1`strtok+0x37(f576361c, f5763c54, 200, 0) libusb.so.1`usb_init+0x2d9(f6e70000, 50, fefc9374, f6e70268, feffb8f4, 8044cf4) usb.so`gp_port_library_list+0xda(8120e98) libgphoto2_port.so.0.8.0`foreach_func+0xcc(8242947, 8120e98) libltdl.so.3.1.4`foreachfile_callback+0x97(8241ba0, fdd22280, 8120e98) libltdl.so.3.1.4`foreach_dirinpath+0x294(fdd25da8, 0, f6b26910, fdd22280, 8120e98, 0) libltdl.so.3.1.4`lt_dlforeachfile+0x4c(fdd25da8, fdd22280, 8120e98, fdd2255e) libgphoto2_port.so.0.8.0`gp_port_info_list_load+0x88(8120e98, 81eb050, 8047178, 806be0e) gtkam_tree_load+0xb9(819a038, 80fea20, 80479b8, 805febd) main+0x2ec(1, 80479e8, 80479f0, 80479dc) _start+0x7d(1, 8047b08, 0, 8047b0e, 8047b1c, 8047b2f) > f576361c/s 0xf576361c: 1.1 > f5763c54/s 0xf5763c54: . > fee10380/x 0xfee10380: 4a72 > fee10380/X 0xfee10380: 8044a72 > 8044a72/s 0x8044a72: 1 >
Updated by Gary Gendel almost 10 years ago
This bug was fixed in oi_148b but is back with oi_151
Because of this, the apcusbd program crashes like it did in 147:
#0 0xfee5c3ec in strtok_r () from /lib/libc.so.1
#1 0xfee5c37f in strtok () from /lib/libc.so.1
#2 0xfef42619 in usb_init () from /usr/lib/libusb.so.1
#3 0x08061077 in open_usb_device (ups=0x8081a58) at generic-usb.c:399
#4 0x080616da in pusb_ups_open (ups=0x8081a58) at generic-usb.c:632
#5 0x0805ef4a in usb_ups_open (ups=0x8081a58) at usb.c:220
#6 0x08055df3 in setup_device (ups=0x8081a58) at device.c:64
#7 0x080575d9 in main (argc=2, argv=0x8047c64) at apcupsd.c:285
I replaced /usr/lib/libusb.so.1 and /usr/lib/64/libusb.so.1 from 148b which solved the problem.
Updated by Ken Mays almost 10 years ago
Here are tested libusb 0.1.8 binaries tested for oi_151 as a workaround. Need inclusion in oi_151 respin as immediate patch or until valid resolution can be made.
Updated by Andrzej Szeszo almost 10 years ago
Instead of using SFW built libusb and going through distro-import and distro-publish process I went ahead and re-used Oracle's userland build recipes to re-build libusb with Sun Studio 12. I have pushed updated package to /dev-il repo for testing.
gtkam seems to be happier with the updated library - it does not hang on startup
Build recipes can be found here for now (temporary location):