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Old 08-20-2012, 07:09 PM   #13
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The tool-chain I found, the one that Twobob is using, is only a "close match" to what lab126 used.

The gcc-id in the lab126 binaries I looked at where only a generic ID. So there is no telling what **specific** 4.1 series tool-chain they used. Perhaps the lack of anything more specific means they built it themselves. If so - who knows with what options.

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What version of the K3 firmware?
It could be that your machine has had the loader OTA updated (replaced).
Since I don't think the ld-linx.so.3 existed when the K3's where first marketed.

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If 2Bob does have ld-linux.so.3 on his K3 - then we need a complete header and symbol dump to determine what the error message is trying to say.

With the same for the ld-linux.so.X that the build system churned out.

nm should give code letters for the symbol types.
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