I am new to the bugs list, so I hope this hasn't been covered before, but
I have a Slackware 8.0 system that is fairly up to date. Possibly to a
fault. Glibc is 2.2.5, gcc is 2.95.3, zlib is 1.1.4, kernel is 2.4.18
with the GRSecurity patch.
I have been trying to run Postgres 7.2.1 in a chrooted environment, but
once I try to connect to the server with a "psql -l", it segfaults as it
tries to read from the data/global/1262. I ran Postgres out of the chroot
and with a non-GRSecurity kernel, and it still segfaults.
I saw simular problems with a few other applications that use libz, since
I upgraded to 1.1.4 for security reasons. If I compile Postgres 7.1.3,
it runs fine... Any ideas?
Atlantic City, NJ
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