/lib/secure/64: No such file or directory

/lib/secure/64: No such file or directory

Post by Rubens S. Gom » Sat, 03 Aug 2002 05:38:23



Anyone knows what the /lib/secure/64 file is for??   I am getting the
following error in my Sun Sparc Solaris 7 - 64 bits.

bash-2.03# ls -l /lib/secure/64
lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     other          7 Jan 28  2002 /lib/secure/64 -> sparcv9
bash-2.03# ls -l /usr/lib/secure/64
lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     other          7 Jan 28  2002 /usr/lib/secure/64 -> sparcv9
bash-2.03# ls -l /usr/lib/secure/sparcv9
/usr/lib/secure/sparcv9: No such file or directory

find: cannot follow symbolic link /lib/secure/64: No such file or directory
find: cannot follow symbolic link /usr/lib/secure/64: No such file or directory

 
 
 

/lib/secure/64: No such file or directory

Post by Mark Mentova » Sat, 03 Aug 2002 06:25:17



> Anyone knows what the /lib/secure/64 file is for??   I am getting the
> following error in my Sun Sparc Solaris 7 - 64 bits.

It's the default (and unchangable on 5.7, which does not have crle)
trusted directory for secure processes.  The ld.so.1 man page explains
this in detail.

To my knowledge, nothing ships with files in /usr/lib/secure or
/usr/lib/secure/64.  Don't worry if it's is missing, but it if makes you
more comfortable, create a /usr/lib/secure/sparcv9 directory to satisfy
the target of the /usr/lib/secure/64 symbolic link.

Mark

 
 
 

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