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Date:      Sun, 11 Feb 1996 00:54:24 -0700 (MST)
From:      Phillip White <philw@megasoft.tic.ab.ca>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   ld.so failed
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSF.3.91.960211004417.219A-100000@megasoft.tic.ab.ca>

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Hiya all:-)

I run FreeBSD 2.1-STABLE.  I just did a sup yesterday and proceded to do 
a "make world" in /usr/src.  Than I shutdown.  Now I get an error 
message: ld.so failed when I run telnet or if someone telnet's in.  I 
have an ld.so in /usr/libexec and one in /lib/.  I rm'd the ld.so from 
/lib/ because on most systems it is only located in the /usr/libexec/ as 
I have as well.  At any rate I am not really professed in these things 
and only did what I was advised to do (the "make world").  I believe the 
initial reason I did this was because I kept getting an error compiling 
the software "socks" version 5.  Would someone please help me with this?  
And if you could do it via email as I am monitoring the email more than 
the list at the moment:-)  Thanks to all who can help!

Phil "DrmWEaver" White




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