hey mesius ... wasn't sure anyone was going to help on this one.
You are 100% correct about the shared libraries. I have converted (or in the process of) the Pycrypto module
to be Python3.X compatible. I am able to run my own small scripts using the likes of AES, Blowfish encryptions,
but i am receiving this segfault when I am trying to run the built in tests that came with it.
To make it simple I am happy to look at just one of the libraries and when pointed in the right direction
will tackle the others myself. To this end I have been trying to find a way to debug AES.so which was created as
part of the install. Are you able to help me understand the best way to debug this shared library?
I have added the -g option to the compilation and if I do a simple - gdb AES.so it tells me that it loads
all necessary symbols, but of course when I then run and backtrace I am not lead to any intelligible errors.
When searching on google it says that the best way to debug a shared library is to compile it into
another program, but the issue I have here is I would not know what sort of program to write to
illicit the correct outcome
Please let me know what sort of information I can provide to further this effort?