Subject: RE: Should SVR4 dynamically-linked executables work?
To: mrg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: John Maier <JohnAM@datastorm.com>
Date: 01/23/1996 14:16:00
Okay, maybe you can tell me what I'm doing wrong...
1) I've made a new kernel with options (rebooted and am using it)
options COMPAT_SVR4 # binary compatibility with SVR4
options COMPAT_IBCS2 # binary compatibility with SCO and ISC
options COMPAT_LINUX # binary compatibility with Linux
2) I created directories:
3) copied and made symbolic links to all the libraries. (just like the
source tree) I am using the Solaris 2.4.
4) still getting the Exec. wrong architecture.
You have it working, what are you doing different?
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 1996 1:40 PM
To: John Maier
Subject: Re: Should SVR4 dynamically-linked executables work?
So to get Solaris binaries functioning on NetBSD, do I need to copy
libraries into /emul/ibmcs2/.
Then do I need to do a ldconfig /emul/ibmcs2/usr/lib ?
I am getting an, Exec format error. Wrong Architecture, with
dynamically-linked files but statically-linked files like csh and cal
you want /emul/svr4 and COMPAT_SVR4 in your kernel config.
funny, i answered this on port-sparc today :-)