On Wed, 3 Mar 2004 12:50:18 +0000
Scott <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I'm trying to get Sophos Mailmonitor running on my 5.2 box, but to no avail.
> 
> Below is a sequence of events...
> 
> Installed Sophos Anti-virus for FreeBSD 3+.  Sweep (the executable) works fine.
> File '/usr/local/bin/sweep' is of brand 'SVR4' (0).
> File '/usr/local/lib/libsavi.so.3.2.07.054' is of brand 'SVR4' (0).  This is a 
> library both SAV and MailMonitor use.
> 
> Installed MailMonitor for Linux (there is no FreeBSD version).  The install works a 
> treat.
> The executable is called mmsmtpd, there is also a (library?) file called mmsmtp.out.
> File '/usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp/bin/mmsmtp.out' is of brand 'SVR4' (0).
> 
> Installed linux_base-6.1_5 via packages
> Loaded linux.lo
> kldstat says:
> Id Refs Address    Size     Name
>  1    9 0xc0400000 5d7f1c   kernel
>  2    1 0xc09d8000 51a18    acpi.ko
>  3    1 0xc24bb000 2000     dragon_saver.ko
>  4    1 0xc24e7000 19000    linux.ko
> 
> >From /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp/bin/ ran ./mmstpd -start
> Got the following error:
> /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp-1.2.2/Linux-x86/bin/mmsmtp.out: error in loading shared 
> libraries: libsavi.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> 
> Created symlink /lib/ (was this correct?)
> ln -s /usr/local/lib/libsavi.so.3.2.07.054 /lib/libsavi.so.2
> 
> >From /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp/bin/ ran ./mmstpd -start
> Got the following error:
> /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp-1.2.2/Linux-x86/bin/mmsmtp.out: error in loading shared 
> libraries: libsavi.so.2: ELF file ABI version invalid.
> 
> Then I started trying everything...
> 
> brandelf -t Linux /usr/local/lib/libsavi.so.3.2.07.054
> >From /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp/bin/ ran ./mmstpd -start
> Got the following error:
> /usr/local/sophos/mmsmtp-1.2.2/Linux-x86/bin/mmsmtp.out: error in loading shared 
> libraries: libsavi.so.2: ELF file OS ABI invalid.
> 
> So now I'm stuck.  I'd appreciate any help anyone might have!
> I've done a search on freebsd-emulation but no luck.
> 
> Thanks in advance
> Scott
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Sorry I can't help..
I'm curious if you tried sophos support?
I'm going to be doing the same in the next few months and would be interested on what 
you find out.
Aaron
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