[LTP] uclinux support?

Petr Vorel pvorel@suse.cz
Tue Nov 13 15:02:09 CET 2018


> > FYI LTP compiles under uclibc-ng. Buildroot distribution (which uses glibc,
> > uclibc-ng and musl) disabled it just for musl [1]. It's tested with their
> > autobuild service [2] and currently no build reports are for latest release [3].
> > IMHO it shouldn't be difficult to support musl as well.

> > [1] https://git.busybox.net/buildroot/tree/package/ltp-testsuite/Config.in

> IIUC, it depends on BR2_USE_MMU, which probably means that it
> runs only on targets with an MMU,
> which is not my case.
OK, I didn't consider non-MMU system.

> And the "#fork()" comment seems to indicate that otherwise
> LTP fails to build for lack of fork(), which is precisely what I'm seeing.

> Using a brutal -Dfork=vfork helped me go much further,
> and I was actually able to run some of the tests involving pthreads and signals.
I see some vfork support for uclibc in legacy C API (include/old/test.h),
but no support in new C API (as Cyril mentioned).

Good luck.

Kind regards,

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