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    SubjectRe: "build-id" changes break sparc64
    On Sun, Jul 22, 2007 at 11:01:55PM -0700, Roland McGrath wrote:
    > It turns out the problem here is that some .o files wind up with their own
    > .note.gnu.build-id sections. I got the makefile magic wrong, thinking that
    > LDFLAGS_MODULE was a variable specifically for .ko links.

    Reading Documentation/kbuild/makefiles.txt:
    LDFLAGS_MODULE Options for $(LD) when linking modules

    LDFLAGS_MODULE is used to set specific flags for $(LD) when
    linking the .ko files used for modules.

    So it seems to be documented as such.

    Browsing the source it looks like a bug that LDFLAGS_MODULE is used in
    cmd_link_multi-m.
    I suggest you to do the following:
    Remove '-r' from LDFLAGS_MODULE in top-level Makefile
    Hardcode '-r' in cmd_link_multi-m and remove LDFLAGS_MODULE in the same.
    Hardcode '-r' in Makefile,modpost
    Add your stuff to LDFLAGS_MODULE in toplevel Makefile.

    Sorry for not prrviding a preliminary patch but away from my dev box
    with no easy source access.

    Sam
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