Re: lchown/dpkg was dead, but I killed it again!
Loic Prylli wrote:
> As dpkg may be screwed in your current setting, you can install
> manually the libc file that I have just added:
> Do not forget to make it executable before installation and to check
> the right symlink is there, and to do the switch atomically.
init: memory violation at pc=1555555ddc4 rp=1555555b754 (bad adress=00000008)
is what I get on startup of init, now, having replaced my old libc-2.0.7.so
(which was, I believe, from redhat) with the one you provided. The procedure I
used was this:
1. I downloaded your file libc-2.0.7.so
2. I rebooted to a boot disk filesystem
3. I made a backup of the existing libc-2.0.7.so
4. I gave root ownership of the new libc-2.0.7.so
5. I set mode 755 on the new file
6. I rebooted.
What's odd is the difference in filesize between your new file and the one I had:
libc-2.0.7.so (new) 901549
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