I moved /usr/lib to /space/lib to free up some space on /. Now most
commands will not work because they can't find ld.so.1. How can I do a soft
link to /space/lib from /usr/lib? I'm runnin 5.8.
+ I moved /usr/lib to /space/lib to free up some space on /. Now most
+ commands will not work because they can't find ld.so.1. How can I do a soft
+ link to /space/lib from /usr/lib? I'm runnin 5.8.
If you've installed the SUNWsutl package, look in /usr/sbin/static for a
couple of statically-linked utilities, including ln(1).
This was not a wise decision, but I suppose that wisdom comes from making
mistakes like these. :-) You should consider repartitioning. The symlink
will work for a while but will eventually bite you.
I installed the 'REQ' packages for the SLS GNU C/C++, but I get the following
error when attempting to compile. Note the test program.
/> cat tst.c
/> gcc tst.c
ld: No such file or directory for crt0.o
I'm not very experienced with ld or even C, but I don't have /usr/lib/crt0.o,
as the man pages for gcc and this error imply I should.
I've installed the following packages:
base devs gxx245 joe man2 quota term107
bc efs2 gxxinc24 keytbls modules select14 usrbin4
bin elfabi gzip101 lilo mount shadow uucp104
bin4 etc gzip123 lxpatch mt shlibs vgalib
binutils faq image mailx national smail zafix
comms gcc245 inc442 make perl sysadm zcfix
cpio22a getty ipcdelta man ps syslogd zoneinfo
If you have crt0.o, or know what package it's in or should have been in,
please mail me details or the file, uuencoded.
- Mark R. Lindsey