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    SubjectRe: Is PIE randomization breaking klibc binaries?
    On 07/24/2007 06:00 PM, Ulrich Kunitz wrote:
    > On 07-07-24 16:57 Chuck Ebbert wrote:
    >
    >>> $ strace ./cat
    >>> execve("./cat", ["./cat"], [/* 55 vars */]) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)
    >>> ...
    >
    > Chuck, my binaries run always into a segmentation violation. So
    > ENOENT is not the issue. (Notify it was on an x86-64.)
    >

    Okay, I tested with Fedora on x86_64 and it worked there too.
    (Not that that proves much.)

    Did you capture any of the error messages, like the address
    of the segfault?

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