I was able to install the acroread4 port on my -current machine of a
week or two ago. I find when I try to run acroread4 I get the
ELF interpreter /lib/ld-linux.so.2 not found
But /compat/linux/lib/ld-linux.so.2 exists and points to ld-2.1.2.so,
which also exists. It was branded as SVR4, and I changed this to
Linux, but that didn't help.
What am I doing wrong? I reinstalled all the ports in the chain of
acroread4. I've also done a rm -rf /usr/compat/linux; mkdir
/usr/compat/linux (/compat -> /usr/compat on my system).
What other information do you need to help me?
Also, I think there's a fd leak in brandelf:
File 'libresolv-2.1.2.so' is of brand 'Linux' (3).
File 'libresolv.so.2' is of brand 'Linux' (3).
brandelf: error opening file librt-2.1.2.so: Too many open files
brandelf: error opening file librt.so.1: Too many open files
brandelf: error opening file libtermcap.so.2: Too many open files
brandelf: error opening file libtermcap.so.2.0.8: Too many open files
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