Can't find LD.so?

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Can't find LD.so?

Postby aprather » 28. November 2005 17:08

Hi,

I'm running XAMPP on Solaris 9 (Alpha processor) and I can't get it to start properly to save my life.

Both apache and proftpd fail to start because they can't find .so files.

I set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH in /etc/default/su to where my SO's live. In my case I used the pkg-get package installer, so they live in /opt/csw/lib which is what I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to.

when I start XAMPP I get two errors, both "Error 137"

apachestart.log reports:
> cat apachestart.log
ld.so.1: httpd: fatal: libiconv.so.2: open failed: No such file or directory

What can I do to make sure apache and proftpd find the .so files?

Thanks in advance!
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Postby krelvinaz » 30. November 2005 09:00

I don't think the Alpha processor is supported, only Sparc.
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Postby Kristian Marcroft » 30. November 2005 11:40

krelvinaz wrote:I don't think the Alpha processor is supported, only Sparc.


Hi,

correct!

Bye
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OOOPS

Postby aprather » 30. November 2005 16:16

Sorry I meant sparc. I hadn't had my coffee yet that morning.

My last resort will be to copy the .so files over or sym link them if the path info is getting ignored.

I STILL have yet to solve this problem and it comes down to not finding the shared object stuff.
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Postby Wiedmann » 30. November 2005 17:37

Use the forum search. There was the same question with answer some months before...
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SOLVED!

Postby aprather » 30. November 2005 21:55

I found out that XAMPP or apache don't respect the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable the way I had installed it nor does it look in /lib. Therefore I simply put symlinks to the lib files in my xampp lib directory using (from my xampp lib directory) ln -s /wheremylibsare/* .

XAMPP is awesome! But it could use a solaris installer/checker script perhaps with error checking and to look for config pitfalls.
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