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Re: Bug#9252: ncsa: ncsa in bo uses ldso from unstable



christian.meder@utoronto.ca (Christian Meder)  wrote on 02.05.97 in <19970502003152.03945@bombadil>:

> OK. Maybe I misinterpreted something. The facts:
>
> * when I try to start /usr/sbin/ncsa I get
> bash: /usr/sbin/ncsa: No such file or directory
> Actually ncsa is there and it's an ELF executable

Uh-oh, I've seen that one before ...

> * less ncsa shows me that there is /lib/ld-linux.so.2 compiled in;
> this link doesn't exist in my frozen installation

As I suspected. ncsa is compiled with the gcc for libc6, possibly also  
with libc6-dev.

The problem is with ncsa and/or the gcc used to compile it, not with ldso.  
(Well, you'll also need the libc6-ldso (ld-linux.so.2) to run it,  
obviously.)

Last time I looked, all the libc6 packages were in experimental, but they  
might have been moved to hamm by now - I don't know.


MfG Kai


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