I'm building a Gentoo system (x86) using the rsbac-sources kernel. I've never used RSBAC, so I figured I'd try it out. The install well exceptionally well, and I configured the kernel and compiled it according to this:
I read the Introduction as per the guide's suggestion, and I enabled PAX as per the suggestion as well.
Now when I boot up (since the very first reboot...this is not something that has developed into a problem recently), I get this:
DWARF2 unwinder stuck at 0x0
Leftover inexact backtrace:
74 14 8b 44 (continues for a few lines)
I'm posting here because the machine I'm installing on has had a few distros (including Gentoo) run on it quite successfully. Gentoo + RSBAC (or more likely, my lack of understanding and experience with RSBAC) is the combination that breaks the machine.
I've spent the past few hours trying to dig up information on Google, but the closest thread I could come up with was from kernel.org...a discussion of how this error message has been fixed on x86_64 as of 2.6.19 (again, I'm running x86).
I'm not asking anyone to step me through this, I just want to know if anyone has seen this error message before and what could cause it (RSBAC initial restrictions on filesystems? compilation issues?) (the kernel.org thread stated that it was a gcc bug that caused it on x86_64) so I know where to start...I did notice an inline function error during the kernel compile (function was inlined after declaration, I believe is what it said).
Thanks in advance...
edit - I compiled a 2.6 profile (2.6.19) (the link above covers 2.6 and 2.4)