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Re: cp: error while loading shared libraries: unexpected PLT reloc type 0x24

Yeah, everything except the disk was replaced, but it booted fine
afterwards... except without cp I cannot install much new...


Nicolas Pillot wrote:
> 2006/11/7, Anton Piatek <anton@piatek.co.uk>:
>> I had some hardware die, and now having replaced it
>> all I seem to have a corrupted system.
> Did you replace the motherboard ? I have already replaced everything
> other than the mb itself (ram,cpu & co included), my debian was still
> fine.
> A friend did the opposite : he kept everything except mb (power supply
> and mb were dead because of a power surge) and he had to reinstall
> because it wouldn't boot properly (at that time he didn't have enough
> experience to fix things up, nor did i).
> I know it doesn't help you, but at least you system boots :-)

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