When I recently installed XFree-libs-3.3.2pl2-1, my X wouldn't run
anymore. In fact, XEmacs wouldn't even run in the console! Both
complained `Can't load library libXaw.so.6', even though libXaw.so.6
was perfectly well installed and visible in /usr/X11R6/lib. When I
replaced libXaw.so.6 by another (older) version, it was OK, but X and
XEmacs complained `Can't load library libXmu.so.6'. At this point I
decided I had better revert to my old X11R6 vsn 3.1.2. However, I am
not very happy with this, since I now have a server 3.3.2, and
libraries 3.1.2. I fear that sooner or later this will blow up right
in my face. Unfortunately, I can't downgrade the server, because
older servers do not understnad about my new S3Virge video card.
Has anybody experienced similar problems? How can it be that an
ELF executable `can't load' a library when this library _does_ exist
and is known to ldconfig? If anyone can shed some light on this puzzle,
I'd be most grateful. Btw, my older X libraries work fine with a
wide range of programs, including many I compiled myself.
Possibly connected to this problem, is the fact that I upgraded to
libc6 recently. Any guesses?
PS - Could you please send copies of any replies by e-mail to me
PPS - I discovered today that ncftp dumps core on me. It never did
this before. I recompiled it, and it gave no warnings or error
messages, but it still dumps core. Could this be related? I suspect
that I may have an old library that expects libc5 rather than libc6.
Could this be a possible cause?