I've got a Linux box (RH 4.2 standard (nothing newer installed)) giving an
error on bootup. The error says something about a "corrupt
/etc/ld.so.cache", and then the machine hangs.
I've tried booting with a rescue disk (the original RH4.2 boot disk),
mounting the disk, and deleting the file, hoping that this would fix it,
but no luck. I've also tried running ldconfig, but this places the
/etc/ld.so.cache in /etc, and not /mnt/etc. Can I just copy the file over?
It feels to me that this file would not be correct anyway. What is the
correct way of fixing this problem?
Thanx for any help