[NBLUG/talk] Re: binary execution error
seanvanco at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 19:43:18 PDT 2006
I found the answer through another forum. I had to emerge lib-compat,
as it includes libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3, to resolve the error message.
On 8/2/06, Sean <seanvanco at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am manually installing software for automatic startup upon boot, and
> have finally gotten it to sorta work (explanation below).
> I am now getting an error message, upon the execution of the binary
> that the init.d script calls, stating "error while loading shared
> libraries: libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3: cannot open shared object file:
> no such file or directory".
> My research has led me to the fact that the program I need requires an
> older glibc package. When I attempt to emerge an older version, it
> fails because it says that the gcc library is outdated or missing. I
> have gcc-3.4.6-r1, and I am attempted to emerge down to
> glibc-2.2.5-r10 in an attempt to get my software to work. Any ideas
> what I need to do to downgrade glibc to 2.2.5-r10? What version of gcc
> should I install/downgrade to? That is the lowest version I could find
> in portage.
> The software I am using is the linux agent for Backup Exec (RALUS),
> just in case anyone here is familiar with it. I did read and follow
> this post, which helped me to get to this point:
> And yes, this is something I've been told to do, before we try
> alternate backup methods. Backup Exec (Symantec) is not helping with
> this, so I have had to put in my own research and time, and now I'm
> far beyond my normal level of Linux competence. I have learned a heck
> of alot about binaries, init.d scripts and RPM files the last few
> days. Backup Exec provides its installs as RPMs (after unpacking a
> .tar.gz [thanks alot]), and that obviously does not work w/ gentoo
> (remember rc.d anyone?).
> Thanks for your help!
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