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Date:      Tue, 31 Dec 2002 12:38:27 +0000
From:      Matthew Seaman <m.seaman@infracaninophile.co.uk>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: LPRng pkg issue
Message-ID:  <20021231123827.GB73141@happy-idiot-talk.infracaninophi>
In-Reply-To: <20021230175942.D3862@asu.edu>
References:  <20021230175942.D3862@asu.edu>

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On Mon, Dec 30, 2002 at 05:59:42PM -0700, David Bear wrote:
> I just installed Freebsd 4.6.2 and used /stand/sysinstall to install various packages.  One of them was LPRng -- It seems the package is broken or I've overlooked something that I haven't need to do in the past.  When I try to use any lprng programs I get a message:
> 
> /usr/libexec/ld-efl.so.1: Shared object "liblpr.so.0" not found.
> 
> Seems this should have been installed.  Is it not or do I need to modify and LD-Path?

liblpr.so.0 should have been installed in /usr/local/lib by the LPRng
package.  If it isn't there, or file(1) doesn't recognise it as an
"ELF 32-bit LSB shared object" or 'pkg_info -g LPRng\*' says that the
checksum on the file is incorrect then I'd recommend deleting (use
pkg_delete(1)) and reinstalling the LPRng port --- preferably by using
cvsup(1) to grab an up-to-date copy of the ports tree, and then doing
a 'make install' in /usr/ports/sysutils/LPRng

If the liblpr.so.0 file is there and seems to be OK, then don't go
fiddling with the LD_LIBRARY_PATH or other environment variables.  All
you need to do is run:

    ldconfig -m /usr/local/lib

*once* and that shared library should then be found forever after.

	Cheers,

	Matthew

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