Re: libdb.so.3 missing
I ftp'ed libdb.so.3 from a working box, stuck it in the right place on the machine, and
then did an upgrade. It's ugly, but effective, since there's an upgrade that
overwrites the "borrowed" version completely.
Thomas Halahan wrote:
> I have had very similar problems. I upgraded to libc6
> libc6_2.1.94-1, which caused certain programs (apache, gnome-apt) to
> not locale libdb.so.3. So I upgraded my libdb2 and this didn't help.
> As encouraged I upgraded to libc6_2.1.94-3 but I could not becuase
> it required libdb.so.3 which was missing. So I downdraded libc6 and
> my ldconfig dissapeard. I'm now in trouble - as I can't re-install
> ldso (the package with ldconfig).
> How did you reinstall ldconfig?
> On Sat, 30 Sep 2000, Pollywog wrote:
> > On 30-Sep-2000 P.J.Walsh wrote:
> > > dpkg is choking on some upgrades, showing libdb.so.3 missing... dpkg
> > > -S doesn't help. To what does it belong?
> > It belongs to the libdb package but the problem is with libc6.
> > I had to revert to the previous versions of libc6, libc6-dev, and locales.
> > The new libc6 packages are buggy. Your ldconfig is probably missing after the
> > libc6 upgrade. Mine just disappeared.
> > --
> > Andrew
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