Re: Can't execute slrn in 1.3.1
> On Fri, 4 Jul 1997, Brandon Mitchell wrote:
> > Bob,
> > I believe I've seen this message on a script when the path is incorrect on
> > the first line. Try this: "file /usr/bin/slrn". If that doesn't provide
> > anything useful, and it doesn't say anything about it being ELF, view it
> > with more or less to see what the first line points too.
> It does say ELF. When viewing it, I see /lib/ld-linux-so.2 whereas I have
> /lib/ld-linux-so.1 (from ldso_1.8.10-2, which is the latest in bo). Could
> slrn have been built with a later version?
Yes, slrn is fully libc6, whereas you don't have a libc6 capable
ldso installed (nor, do I think, do you have libc6 on your system).
Upgrad ldso to unstable, and install libc6.
Optional: check "dpkg -s slrn", and see if it does depend on
libc6. If not, file a bug against slrn.
joost witteveen, email@example.com
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