Subject: Re: ld for 1.4.1?
To: Sergey Ivanov <email@example.com>
From: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/13/1999 09:24:26
On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Sergey Ivanov wrote:
> I've installed NetBSD-1.4.1 i-386 snapshot of 99-09-06. I used only boot
> floppies of 1.4, but all sets was of this snapshot.
That snapshot is not of 1.4.1, it's of "current". The one you want is at
> After installing I've changed only rc configured from NO to YES, exited
> from single-user mode to multiuser and tried xf86config. It reported "No
> What does it mean? Where should I get this "ld.so"?
> Then I've installed pkglibtool-1.2p2.tgz, with intention to get tcl, tk
> and after all XF86Config.
> But tcl-8.0.5.tgz said it missed ldconfig. It reported: "/sbin/ldconfig not
I'm guessing you're trying to run aout binaries built for 1.4.1 with
the 1.4? elf kernel. It can be done, but you'd need to install big
chunks of 1.4.1 under /emul/aout anyway. You'll save yourself a lot of
trouble if you get the 1.4.1 base &c sets. On the other hand, the 'x'
sets that you downloaded evidently are built for 1.4.1, (otherwise
they would've worked on elf), so they should be fine.