Subject: Re: lib/4538: netscape/404-freebsd ...
To: Todd Vierling <email@example.com>
From: Wolfgang Rupprecht <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/19/1997 11:50:34
Todd Vierling writes:
> It seems you forgot to install FreeBSD's ld.so in
> /emul/freebsd/usr/libexec/ld.so -- without that, Netscape will pick up
> NetBSD's ld.so and will indeed attempt to call __fstat13() (which is not in
> FreeBSD). This is explained in detail in the compat_freebsd(8) man page.
Thanks for pointing out where TFM was located. A "man -k emul" turned
up nothing of any value.
The next question is, is having a separate freebsd directory tree
really a good thing? Before the libc-1.3 era, the netbsd and freebsd
were compatible enough that one didn't have to enlarge ones working
set by having two copies of all the dynamic libs taking up memory.