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    SubjectRe: is LFS broken in 2.4.0-test5?
    In <Pine.LNX.4.21.0007301654330.2671-100000@saturn.homenet> Tigran Aivazian ( wrote:
    > Hi guys,

    > # lame -h -r isaiah.cdda.raw isaiah.mp3
    > Could not find "isaiah.cdda.raw".
    > # ls -l isaiah.cdda.raw
    > -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2253843984 Jul 30 16:33 isaiah.cdda.raw
    > # ls -lh isaiah.cdda.raw
    > -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2.1G Jul 30 16:33 isaiah.cdda.raw
    > #
    > #
    > # truss lame -h -r isaiah.cdda.raw isaiah.mp3 2>&1 | grep open
    > [skipping irrelevant lines]
    > open("isaiah.cdda.raw", O_RDONLY) = -1 EFBIG (File too large)
    open(2), not open64(2) ! This is correct behaviour.

    > # uname -a
    > Linux saturn 2.4.0-test5 #1 SMP Fri Jul 28 10:39:22 BST 2000 i686 unknown

    > It makes sense for this to happen if the lame(1) was compiled without
    > appropriate file_offset_bits (sp) defined but, nevertheless, I remember
    > than in ac kernels this worked anyway (not 100% sure, but at the time when
    > I used ac kernels I ripped Genesis and Psalms from cdda->mp3 and they
    > must have been more than 2G surely...)

    If they worked it was bug.

    > Obviously, this is very much mission-critical for me (I don't want
    > separate "tracks"!) - I guess I will fiddle with lame(1) source to see if
    > I need some -D somewhere but first I will recheck if AC kernels worked.

    You need only one define: -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64. It'll force GlibC to
    use alias open64 to open (and off_t will be 8 bytes long, of course).
    90% (if not 99%) of programs will work just fine with this define but
    there are few who do not (RPM 3.x, for example: RPM playing durty tricks
    with libio and failes miserable with such define).

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