preeti.shandilya at aricent
May 26, 2008, 10:45 PM
Post #4 of 5
Hi Werner !
Thanks for your response
We could successfully run our product using following version of libraries libgcrypt-1.2.2
But libgcrypt-1.4.1 gives core.
Attached is config.log :
Following is the system information through prtconf
From: Werner Koch [mailto:wk [at] gnupg]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 11:40 PM
To: Preeti Shandilya
Cc: gcrypt-devel [at] gnupg
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: [Help-gnutls] libgcrypt]
There might be an alignment problem.
#define W (ctx->keySched2)
for (r = 1; r < ctx->ROUNDS; r++)
w = W[r];
*((u32*)w) = *((u32*)U1[w]) ^ *((u32*)U2[w])
^ *((u32*)U3[w]) ^ *((u32*)U4[w]);
#define keySched u1.keyschedule
#define keySched2 u2.keyschedule
Thus it should be properly aligned. Well, on a 32 bit boundary for
array elements > 0. Ux is might not be properly aligned, hwoever all
compilers I know place tables on a word boundary and thus there should
be no problem.
We never had any problems with that code, it is really old and thus can
be believied to be matured. It is used in gpg as well. Thus I wonder
what is special on your setup.
What we need are hardware information and the config.log from the
libgcrypt build as well as a log of the make run.
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