Duane Hill wrote:
> Oops! Addendum below:
> On Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 1:53:31 PM, Duane confabulated:
>> On Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 1:47:25 PM, Jeff confabulated:
>>> Duane Hill wrote:
>>>> On Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 3:54:50 AM, Jeff confabulated:
>>>>> I'm not trying to kick any dead horses here but there are times when I
>>>>> try to run some applications that I get some messages like the following:
>>>>> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libc.so.5" not found, required by...
>>>>> I normally reinstall compat4x or compat5x and am good to go.  I have
>>>>> compat4x_enable="YES" and compat5x_enable="YES" in my /etc/rc.conf file
>>>>> but I still get these messages and have to force a reinstall (after a
>>>>> reboot).
>>>>> I just found this thread:
>>>>> http://unix.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/FreeBSD/questions/2005-12/msg02487.html
>>>>> ..and tried running the command the posted listed:
>>>>> /sbin/ldconfig -m /usr/local/lib/compat
>>>>> This worked like a champ.  I was able to immediately run the application
>>>>> in question and didn't have to force a reinstall of compat5x.
>>>>> I am sure I have missed something along the way but can someone please
>>>>> assist me/point me in the right direction in getting this straightened
>>>>> out so I don't have to do this manually after each reboot?  I would
>>>>> greatly appreciate it.
>>>> I  had to install both myself for an application we run on a server. I
>>>> installed them from /usr/ports/misc/compat4x and compat5x. The install
>>>> placed  the  startup  scripts  000.compat4x.sh  and 000.compat5x.sh in
>>>> /usr/local/etc/rc.d.  They  startup after reboot every time. There was
>>>> no need to place anything in the rc.conf.
>>> That is the ports I used to install compat4x and compat5x.  However, the
>>> startup scripts aren't anywhere on my system.  I searched for both using
>>> locate (after updating the DB of course) and also checked in
>>> /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ manually.  Nothing...
>>> I update my ports tree about 2-3 times a day so I would assume I am
>>> using the latest versions of the ports.  Any idea on how I can get those
>>> startup scripts?  I may try a complete remove and then a fresh install.
>>> I look forward to any responses.
>> The only thing in the scripts is this:
>>     [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat /usr/local/etc/rc.d/000.compat4x.sh
>>     #!/bin/sh
>>     /sbin/ldconfig -m /usr/local/lib/compat
>>     [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat /usr/local/etc/rc.d/000.compat5x.sh
>>     #!/bin/sh
>>     /sbin/ldconfig -m /usr/local/lib/compat
>> Why  they  have  to  both  be present, I haven't figured that out yet.
>> ldconfig points both at the same location.
> My  bad  on this one. The server that still has the startup scripts is
> not   running   the   latest   versions.   The  versions  running  are
> compat4x-i386-5.3_2 and compat5x-i386-
> There  is  anther  server here that is running compat5x-i386-
> and  does not have a startup script. It still works fine. I'm guessing
> the other response that made mention where the startup scripts are not
> needed anymore on the later version would stand correct.
I just created these two scripts (000.compat4x.sh and 000.compat5x.sh)
in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ and everything works as expected after a reboot.

I am currently running compat4x-i386-5.3_9 and compat5x-i386-
 However, without these startup scripts they wouldn't start after a reboot.

Everything is good now!  Thanks for your help!

Jeff Cross
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