Subject: Re: ld.so wows! - Still need help!
To: Tamer Ziady <email@example.com>
From: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/31/1999 19:44:16
On Tue, 31 Aug 1999, Tamer Ziady wrote:
> Running Sparc
From the error quoted, I gathered you were running aout libs on an elf
platform. I'm not hip to Sparc--this may not be the case at all.
> options COMPAT_AOUT # NetBSD a.out compatibility
> 2) downloaded and installed base.tgz
> 3) installed it in /aout
Only the libs.
> 4) rebuilt netatalk with /aout as root
That blows my whole theory away. :-)
If you're building it (as opposed to installing a binary package),
it's going to be the same file format as on your current system,
whatever that is.
> 5) Still getting the folling error:
> markus(/aout/usr/local/etc) # sh rc.atalk
> starting appletalk daemons:Shared object "libatalk.so.1" not found
> atalkdShared object "libatalk.so.1" not found
> Shared object "libatalk.so.1" not found
> nbprgstrShared object "libatalk.so.1" not found
> papdShared object "libatalk.so.1" not found
> 6) and when I run ldconfig:
> markus(/aout/usr/local/etc) # ldconfig -mrv /aout/usr/local/lib/ |
> grep atalk
> 5:-latalk.1.0 => /usr/local/lib/libatalk.so.1.0
Sorry to lead you up a blind alley. If you can build netatalk from
source, then never mind about the emulation. As for the original
problem, I have no clue.