On 4/3/09, Ewald Jenisch <a...@jenisch.at> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 03, 2009 at 11:08:50AM -0600, Tim Judd wrote:
>> > This would lead me to think you need the port misc/compat5x installed.
>> > I havent any experience of netbackup though.
>> I agree with this statement, since it's clearly listed as it was compiled
>> FOR FreeBSD 5.3
>> The compatXy packages are for what I think I remember reading of kernel
>> system calls.  I think there's a package/port for the userland utilities
>> too..  misc/compat5x
>> However I'm a smidge confused.  The option that exists in the kernel and
>> the
>> misc/compat5x port -- do they accomplish the same thing, or is it really
>> "kernel" and "userland" peices?
> Hi,
> I've got both compat5x and compat5x installed on the machine in question:
> $ pkg_info -cx compat
> Information for compat4x-i386-5.3_9:
> Comment:
> A convenience package to install the compat4x libraries
> Information for compat5x-amd64-
> Comment:
> A convenience package to install the compat5x libraries
> $
> In my kernel I've got the following compat-related options enabled
> (default):
> options         COMPAT_FREEBSD4         # Compatible with FreeBSD4
> options         COMPAT_FREEBSD5         # Compatible with FreeBSD5
> options         COMPAT_FREEBSD6         # Compatible with FreeBSD6
> Please note, that the error message posted in my original email comes
> from /libexec/ld-elf.so.1

With ldd(1) you could check on what libraries it depends,
alternatively you could try LD_PRELOAD with your own written lib specially
designed to workaround this problem(in theory).

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