I am running linux, kernel version 1.2.0. When I upgraded my kernel, somebody
told me I needed to upgrade my libraries as well, so they copied the /lib files
from another machine.
Since that day, whenever I reboot my machine, linux boots up fine, but comes
up with the message: "/etc/ld.so.cache has wrong version" after every command
that I type.
I can "fix" the problem by just doing a "rm /etc/ld.so.cache" -- the messages
I was just wondering what on earch the message means and how I could fix it.
Department of Computer Science
University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa