Re: Running Solaris Binaries
On Thu, 28 May 1998, Stephen Zander wrote:
> >>>>> "Mike" == Mike Iverson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I think, but I don't know, that you need ibcs for Solaris (though not
> for SunOS 4.1). However, I am sure that you need /usr/lib/ld.so.1
> (the Solaris equivalent of /lib/ld-linux.so.2). Is that installed?
Yes, ld.so.1 and iBCS are installed.
In vain, I've duplicated the entire /usr/lib/ directory without luck.
Are there any files in solaris which are the equivalent of
ld.so.cache? Maybe my problem is here...
I have managed to get sunos emulation up and running without any
problems. I now have a nice SunOS-based Real Video server up and running
I guess I'd like to try to use solaris binaries instead, since Solaris
binaries are more common than the SunOS stuff.
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