[vchkpw] libmysqlclient.so.12.o error

2003-06-06 Thread Toyoda Yasuyuki
Hello, all

My system is the following.
OpenBSD 3.2
Apache-2.046
qmail-1.03
qmailadmin-1.0.6
vpopmail-5.2.1


I built above system.
but I have a error.
I performed the following command.

- - - -
/var/www/cgi/qmailadmin
/usr/libexec/ld.so: qmailadmin libmysqlclient.so.12.o:
   No such file or directory
- - - -

I have libmysqlclient.so.12.o in /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql.
although I reboot OpenBSD, I want to remain library path.

Thank you in advance.

Yasuyuki Toyoda.

Re: [vchkpw] libmysqlclient.so.12.o error

2003-06-06 Thread Toyoda Yasuyuki
Hello, Cream[DONut]

Thank you very much for your advice.
I tryed your advice.
But there's perhaps no concept of ld.so.conf in BSD
Please refer the following URL.
http://www.my-opensource.org/lists/myoss/2002-04/msg00034.html
I ask about OpenBSD3.2 user.
/var/run/ld.so.hints file is binary file.
man ldconfig

LDCONFIG(8) OpenBSD System Manager's Manual 
LDCONFIG(8)

NAME
 ldconfig - configure the shared library cache
SYNOPSIS
 ldconfig [-RUmrsv] [directory ...]
DESCRIPTION
 ldconfig is used to prepare a set of ``hints'' for use by the run-time
 linker ld.so to facilitate quick lookup of shared libraries 
available in
 multiple directories. It scans a set of built-in system 
directories and
 any directories specified on the command line (in the given order) 
look-
 ing for shared libraries and stores the results in the file
 /var/run/ld.so.hints to forestall the overhead that would 
otherwise re-
 sult from the directory search operations ld.so would have to 
perform to
 load the required shared libraries.

 The shared libraries so found will be automatically available for 
loading
 if needed by the program being prepared for execution. This 
obviates the
 need for storing search paths within the executable.

 The LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable can be used to override 
the use
 of directories (or the order thereof) from the cache or to specify 
addi-
 tional directories where shared libraries might be found.
 LD_LIBRARY_PATH is a `:' separated list of directory paths which are
 searched by ld.so when it needs to load a shared library. It can be
 viewed as the run-time equivalent of the -L switch of ld.

 ldconfig is typically run as part of the boot sequence.

 The following options are recognized by ldconfig:

 -R  Rescan the previously configured directories. This opens the
 hints file and fetches the directory list from the header. Any
 additional pathnames on the command line are also processed.
 -U  Unconfigure directories specified on the command line or 
remove
 inaccessible directories from search path if no 
directories spec-
 ified. This option cannot be used with -m.

 -m  Merge the result of the scan of the directories given as argu-
 ments into the existing hints file. The default action is to
 build the hints file afresh. This option cannot be used 
with -U.

 -r  List the current contents of ld.so.hints on the standard 
output.
 The hints file will not be modified.

 -s  Do not scan the built-in system directory (``/usr/lib'') for
 shared libraries.
 -v  Switch on verbose mode.

Security
 Special care must be taken when loading shared libraries into the 
address
 space of set-user-Id programs. Whenever such a program is run, 
ld.so will
 only load shared libraries from the ld.so.hints file. In 
particular, the
 LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not used to search for libraries. Thus, the role of
 ldconfig is dual.  In addition to building a set of hints for quick
 lookup, it also serves to specify the trusted collection of 
directories
 from which shared objects can be safely loaded. It is presumed 
that the
 set of directories specified to ldconfig are under control of the sys-
 tem's administrator.  ld.so further assists set-user-Id programs 
by eras-
 ing the LD_LIBRARY_PATH from the environment.

FILES
 /var/run/ld.so.hints
SEE ALSO
 ld(1), link(5)
HISTORY
 A ldconfig utility first appeared in SunOS 4.0.  It appeared in 
its cur-
 rent form in NetBSD 0.9a.

OpenBSD 3.1 October 3, 1993



Cream[DONut] wrote:
1. you arent supposed to run /var/www/cgi/qmailadmin in the console, 
open it from through the webserver  browser
2. look for the file called ld.so.conf and add 
/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql to the bottom of it (on linux its in 
/etc/ld.so.conf)
3. then run ldconfig

and try opening the file in through the website again (im used to doing 
it on linux, so it might not be the exact same)

regards
Kris
At 05:05 PM 6/6/2003 +0900, you wrote:

Hello, all

My system is the following.
OpenBSD 3.2
Apache-2.046
qmail-1.03
qmailadmin-1.0.6
vpopmail-5.2.1
I built above system.
but I have a error.
I performed the following command.
- - - -
/var/www/cgi/qmailadmin
/usr/libexec/ld.so: qmailadmin libmysqlclient.so.12.o:
   No such file or directory
- - - -
I have libmysqlclient.so.12.o in /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql.
although I reboot OpenBSD, I want to remain library path.
Thank you in advance.

Yasuyuki Toyoda.


Cream[DONut] - www.donut.dk
www.nethouse2000.dk - admin
.






Re: [vchkpw] libmysqlclient.so.12.o error

2003-06-06 Thread Toyoda Yasuyuki
Hi, Cream[DONut]

Ohhh-- That's good idea!

 ldconfig -m /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql -- would be my best attempt
 then ;-)
But
before reboot
 - search directories: /usr/lib:/usr/local/lib:/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql
after reboot
 - search directories:
/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib
Oh my god!

Be initialized somewhere when OpenBSD rebooted.
Why?
Thank you for your advice.
Yasuyuki Toyoda

Cream[DONut] wrote:
ldconfig -m /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql -- would be my best attempt 
then :)

At 06:16 PM 6/6/2003 +0900, you wrote:

Hello, Cream[DONut]

Thank you very much for your advice.
I tryed your advice.
But there's perhaps no concept of ld.so.conf in BSD
Please refer the following URL.
http://www.my-opensource.org/lists/myoss/2002-04/msg00034.html
I ask about OpenBSD3.2 user.
/var/run/ld.so.hints file is binary file.
man ldconfig

LDCONFIG(8) OpenBSD System Manager's Manual LDCONFIG(8)

NAME
 ldconfig - configure the shared library cache
SYNOPSIS
 ldconfig [-RUmrsv] [directory ...]
DESCRIPTION
 ldconfig is used to prepare a set of ``hints'' for use by the 
run-time
 linker ld.so to facilitate quick lookup of shared libraries 
available in
 multiple directories. It scans a set of built-in system 
directories and
 any directories specified on the command line (in the given 
order) look-
 ing for shared libraries and stores the results in the file
 /var/run/ld.so.hints to forestall the overhead that would 
otherwise re-
 sult from the directory search operations ld.so would have to 
perform to
 load the required shared libraries.

 The shared libraries so found will be automatically available for 
loading
 if needed by the program being prepared for execution. This 
obviates the
 need for storing search paths within the executable.

 The LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable can be used to override 
the use
 of directories (or the order thereof) from the cache or to 
specify addi-
 tional directories where shared libraries might be found.
 LD_LIBRARY_PATH is a `:' separated list of directory paths which are
 searched by ld.so when it needs to load a shared library. It can be
 viewed as the run-time equivalent of the -L switch of ld.

 ldconfig is typically run as part of the boot sequence.

 The following options are recognized by ldconfig:

 -R  Rescan the previously configured directories. This opens the
 hints file and fetches the directory list from the 
header. Any
 additional pathnames on the command line are also processed.

 -U  Unconfigure directories specified on the command line or 
remove
 inaccessible directories from search path if no 
directories spec-
 ified. This option cannot be used with -m.

 -m  Merge the result of the scan of the directories given as 
argu-
 ments into the existing hints file. The default action is to
 build the hints file afresh. This option cannot be used 
with -U.

 -r  List the current contents of ld.so.hints on the standard 
output.
 The hints file will not be modified.

 -s  Do not scan the built-in system directory (``/usr/lib'') for
 shared libraries.
 -v  Switch on verbose mode.

Security
 Special care must be taken when loading shared libraries into the 
address
 space of set-user-Id programs. Whenever such a program is run, 
ld.so will
 only load shared libraries from the ld.so.hints file. In 
particular, the
 LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not used to search for libraries. Thus, the 
role of
 ldconfig is dual.  In addition to building a set of hints for quick
 lookup, it also serves to specify the trusted collection of 
directories
 from which shared objects can be safely loaded. It is presumed 
that the
 set of directories specified to ldconfig are under control of the 
sys-
 tem's administrator.  ld.so further assists set-user-Id programs 
by eras-
 ing the LD_LIBRARY_PATH from the environment.

FILES
 /var/run/ld.so.hints
SEE ALSO
 ld(1), link(5)
HISTORY
 A ldconfig utility first appeared in SunOS 4.0.  It appeared in 
its cur-
 rent form in NetBSD 0.9a.

OpenBSD 3.1 October 3, 1993



Cream[DONut] wrote:

1. you arent supposed to run /var/www/cgi/qmailadmin in the 
console, open it from through the webserver  browser
2. look for the file called ld.so.conf and add 
/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql to the bottom of it (on linux its in 
/etc/ld.so.conf)
3. then run ldconfig
and try opening the file in through the website again (im used to 
doing it on linux, so it might not be the exact same)
regards
Kris
At 05:05 PM 6/6/2003 +0900, you wrote:

Hello, all

My system is the following.
OpenBSD 3.2
Apache-2.046
qmail-1.03
qmailadmin-1.0.6
vpopmail-5.2.1
I built above system.
but I have a error.
I performed the following command.
- - - -
/var/www/cgi/qmailadmin
/usr/libexec/ld.so: