musl libc is a popular lightweight alternative to glibc, and is the default in Yocto when "poky-tiny" distribution is used.
Reported by a user that when he sets
in Yocto the mender client builds ok, but segfaults during runtime.
Questions to answer:
- Are we are aware of anything that would prevent one from using musl libc?
- Should we add some testing using musl libc?
If we do no support this, we probably should add a guard for this in meta-mender-core
For reference here is the topic on Mender Hub which might contain additional information: https://hub.mender.io/t/mender-raspberrypi-3-b-mender-service-failed/372/10