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Re: how to prevent gcc from generating GOT references


On 1/21/19 10:26 AM, Alexander Monakov wrote:
On Mon, 21 Jan 2019, David Livshin wrote:

It definitely can be done; I am using gcc on Fedora and never saw @GOT* ( and
@PLT ) generated. However on Ubinty, gcc often generates these symbols.

On Ubuntu GCC is configured to emit PIE code by default (via
--enable-default-pie gcc configure option).  You can override it with -no-pie
command line flag.

Alexander


Doesn't seems to solve the problem - while compiling with '-no-pie' or '-fno-pie', gcc still generating @GOT* ( and @PLT ) references ( on Ubuntu ).

David


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