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Re: [trinity-devel] Re: FBTS tdelibs /usr/bin/ld: ../ file not recognized: file truncated

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2020 17:17:48 +0200
On Monday 13 of April 2020 14:23:57 deloptes wrote:
> Michele Calgaro via trinity-devel wrote:
> > Hash: SHA512
> >
> > On 2020/04/13 08:50 PM, deloptes wrote:
> >> Hi, I have again a problem building now tdelibs (see below). If you
> >> consider it as FTBFS problem, I can open issue in TGW.
> >>
> >> thank you and regards
> >
> > Hi Emanoil,
> > is it a one off fault or reproducible one? because occasionally
> > tdelibs FTBFS for unknown reasons and it does not seem
> > reproducible..... Also make use tde-packaging is up to date just in
> > case.
> > Cheers
> >   Michele
> Hi,
> I know it was failing before. I recently replaced the slower disks I
> used for building and now it fails whenever I try building debian
> packages. Building in example directly in
>         repo-master/tde/2_build/tdelibs/obj-x86_64-linux-gnu/
> succeeds
> I think it is now reproducible one.
> And yes I updated everything from master and I double checked all. I
> fixed the issues I had previously some time ago.
> My process looks like this:
> 1. remove all trinity packages
> 2. remove everything from build directory
> 3. run a build script which builds and installs what is necessary
> package by package according dependencies.
> Inspiration is from the build scripts you shared. It is bullet proof and
> did not change in the past. It worked recently even on rpi4. This is why
> now I am surprised that it fails
> This is really strange. May be it is time to find out what is going on,
> but I have no idea where to start with :/
> The best thing is that the new disks are 3-5x faster
> If you have ideas it will be great.
> thanks

Hi Emanoil,

I built tdelibs just yesterday - all distributions and architectures in 
PTB. And I didn't notice any problem - everything was being built 

For me, I usually observe FTBFS only during the build for test binaries or 
during tests. When I find some suitable time, I look in more detail at 
your build log.