SUNW_1.21.2 not found

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Operating Systems Solaris SUNW_1.21.2 not found
# 8  
Old 10-18-2007
I have something this time.

# find / -name "libpthread.*" 2>/dev/null

# find / -name "libc.*" 2>/dev/null
# 9  
Old 10-18-2007
Would you give me a hint of your question ? Don't know which to do
# 10  
Old 10-18-2007
So the question is which set of libc/libpthread is

(a) the pair that your application is balking over

(b) the pair that you should actually be using.

You may have to start doing the folllowing....

1. check the dates of the various libraries

2. use "elfdump" to try and find the signature your program is needing.

So you do need to find the offending program that is failing, then keep on trying by changing LD_LIBRARY_PATH and testing with ldd until the program happily loads.
# 11  
Old 10-18-2007
Thanks I will try that.
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