> The aaccli from the CD complains about an incorrect ABI version of the > libncurses.so.5 - it's wrong, the so.5 is really missing, this issue > can be solved by exporting a LD_LIBRARY_PATH pointing to > /cdrom/bootcd/usr/lib in the current shell, or by copying the library from > the CD into /compat/linux/usr/lib. >
This might indicate that your linux_base is not completely installed. There seems to be a bug (at least, there is on my computers), where /usr/ports/linux_base coredumps during the install. I also found the package leaves the same core file, but doesn't report an error. The only work around for this that I found is to do the install from single user mode. > > CLI> open aac0 > Command Error: <The driver could not execute the requested IOCTL SENDFIB, > 22=invalid argument.> > linux: 'ioctl' fd=4, cmd=0x2008 (' ',8) not implemented > > The IOCTL code seems to match. Both the FreeBSD and the > Linux aac driver source files define essentially the same codes: > FSACTL_SENDFIB CTL_CODE == 0x00040000 | (2050 << 2) > == 0x00040000 | (0x0802 << 2) > == 0x00042008 > This means you need to include options LINUX_COMPAT in your kernal configuration file. (Thanks to Scott Long who helped me with this a while back.) sdb -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"