Murray, >> Rebuild any threaded app which links to the wrong thread library, or as a >> workaround add this to /etc/libmap.conf: > Ok i'll bite. what is libmap.conf?
It's well described in the manual. > where did you find out about it? On 4.x I first came across it while getting the Linux Flash plugin port to work with a native browser. I was bitten by the spinlock error on 5.x and quickly found references to the problem, solution and workaround after a simple web and mailing list archive search. > root # man libmap.conf > No manual entry for libmap.conf # man libmap.conf LIBMAP.CONF(5) FreeBSD File Formats Manual LIBMAP.CONF(5) NAME libmap.conf -- configuration file for dynamic object dependency mapping > root # apropos libmap > libmap: nothing appropriate # apropos libmap libmap.conf(5) - configuration file for dynamic object dependency mapping > root # ls /etc/lib* > ls: No match. You've got to create it. > root # uname -a > FreeBSD wstaylorm.xxxx.xxxx.xxxx 4.9-STABLE FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE #0: Sat > Jan 31 14:14:40 EST 2004 > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/MJTDEV1 i386 # uname -a FreeBSD hal9000.halplant.com 4.10-STABLE FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE #0: Thu Aug 26 11:27:03 EDT 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/data/obj/data/src/sys/HAL9000 i386 I recommend keeping up-to-date. > The information transmitted in this e-mail is for the exclusive use of the > intended addressee and may contain confidential and/or privileged > material. I don't care. > Any review, re-transmission, dissemination or other use of it, or the > taking of any action in reliance upon this information by persons and/or > entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited. I don't care and you are in no position allow or prohibit me doing anything. > If you received this in error, please inform the sender and/or addressee > immediately Ok. This disclaimer was recived in error, since was written in a published text, subject to public review, comment and archive. Since this was requested with urgency, tell me what urgent action will be taken as a result. > and delete the material. >From where exactly would you like this material deleted? Tens of thousands of private mailboxes, hundreds of private and public archives? Your client systems and/or server? > E-mails may not be secure, may contain computer viruses and may be > corrupted in transmission. Mommy! Mommy! > Please carefully check this e-mail (and any attachment) accordingly. I asked the email if it had packed its contents itself and not left them unattended at any time. > No warranties are given and No warranty? Why would I buy this email message without a warranty? > no liability is accepted for any loss or damage caused by such matters. These "matters" sound dangerous. Someone should do something about them. > This Email has been scanned for Viruses by MailMarshal. Wait a minute, didn't you just say... -Andrew- -- _______________________________________________________________________ | -Andrew J. Caines- Unix Systems Engineer [EMAIL PROTECTED] | | "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary | | safety deserve neither liberty nor safety" - Benjamin Franklin, 1759 | _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"