On Monday,  3 July 2000 at  9:48:38 -0600, Warner Losh wrote:
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> FUJISHIMA Satsuki writes:
>> At Sun, 02 Jul 2000 22:10:15 -0600,
>> Warner Losh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> FUJISHIMA Satsuki writes:
>>>> Please take a look into ports/18489.
>>>> Workaround for i386 has been committed at 14th May but not for Alpha.
>>>> I think you are on the Alpha plathome, or your ports tree is weirdly
>>>> out of date.
>>> Everything is up to date.  The kernel, my ports tree, userland.  I
>>> still get this problem after updating to today's kernel/userland.
>>> Yes, ldconfig has been branded.  ld.so has been branded.  acroread
>>> (the binary that acroread4 runs, verified).  I've enabled linux in the
>>> boot script (and verified that it runs).
>> You don't answered my question: Is it Alpha plathome you are on?
> Sorry about that.  I'm running on Intel.
>> print/acroread4 port has workaround for i386 but not for Alpha. see
>> ports/18489 for details.
>> Brand new kernel/userland is not a solusion. I successfully installed
>> and ran acroread4 perfectly on 1st July i386 kernel/userland built
>> from scratch.
> OK.  Nothing changed in this area between July and July 2 when I
> rebuilt....
>>> ELF interpreter /lib/ld-linux.so.2 not found
>>> Abort
>> This seems `Linux binary branded to FreeBSD.'
> If it is, I can't figure out which one it is :-(

FWIW, I'm getting exactly the same problem on one machine, but not on
the other.  Good machine:

FreeBSD sydney.worldwide.lemis.com 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Sat Jun 10 
17:46:50 CST 2000     [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/src/sys/compile/SYDNEY  

Bad machine:

FreeBSD wantadilla.lemis.com 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #3: Sat Jun 10 15:11:18 
CST 2000     

In each case, the sources were freshly cvsupped.  I don't have time to
look more deeply (since I can get things to work :-), but I was pretty
sure that it used to work on wantadilla as well, and that I haven't
changed anything in the interim.

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