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SubjectSyslogd failure

Hello,
I recently went about digging into syslogd. After compiling the source,
the new one (version 1.3) core dumps anytime its run, boot, and so on.

After running it thru strace and gdb, the dump occurs just after a series of
attempts by syslogd to open the following file/directory:

/etc/locale/C/libc.cat
/usr/lib/locale/C/libc.cat
/usr/lib/locale/libc/C
/usr/share/locale/C/libc.cat
/usr/local/share/locale/C/libc.cat

These series of paths/filenames are built from a call inside the executable that
looks like below:

NLSPATH
/etc/locale/%L/%N.cat:/usr/lib/locale/%L/%N.cat:/usr/lib/locale/%N/%L:/usr/share
/local/
%L/%N.cat:/usr/local/share/locale/%L/%N.cat

Anyone have any ideas whats going on here? Or better suggestions on how to get
to
the bottom? Thanks, Morgan

Morgan Sarges Warbirds: Blip
http://www.sdinter.net/~sarges
E-Mail: Morgan Sarges <sarges@sdinter.net>
Date:12/16/96 / Time: 01:31:12
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