Subject: Re: Another stat13 problem
To: None <>
From: maximum entropy <>
List: current-users
Date: 11/06/1997 13:14:23
>From: Simon Burge <>
>The setup I've got is two machines, each with root and /var on a local
>disk, and /usr mounted of a file server.  Both of these machines were
>running -current of about August 26th.  I've recently run a "make build"
>with October 29 sources on one of the machines (vlad), and now the other
>machine (mona) is a little knackered.  Trying to telnet to mona gives
>the following:
>	balrog:~ 3> telnet mona
>	Trying
>	Connected to
>	Escape character is '^]'.
>	telnetd: undefined symbol: '__stat13' 12
>	Connection closed by foreign host.

Make sure the kernel and *all* of userland on mona (especially /bin
and /sbin which are not on the shared /usr filesystem) are up to date.
Reboot mona and all should be well.

This isn't really a kernel problem, it's caused by out-of-date
userland binaries but up-to-date shared libs.


entropy -- it's not just a good idea, it's the second law.