DIP:can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'

DIP:can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'

Post by <U17.. » Sun, 13 Feb 1994 23:07:58

Whenn I booot my pc with the Linux (Slackware) boot disk, it givves the
following message:
   /sbin/route:can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'

Also when I use the command dip -t, it gives the following message:
   DIP: can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'
When I installed Slackware, I didn't install the 'N' series. Later I
ftp'd the N diskettes and installed them using the command
   sysinstall -series n
Would that make any difference?
Thanks in advance



1. Can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'

I am using the Slackware 2.0.0 to install Linux 1.1.18.  This is being done on
a 486 with 8meg, and on a system that has OS/2 and MSDOS currently installed.

I made a primary partition for Linux (100meg) and a 5meg swapfile on a logical
partition (yes, it's small---too small?).  This I did with OS/2's fdisk.

I then went through the installation process with the Slackware boot and
install disks.  I tagged the partitions as 82 & 83, and formatted them within
the installation process.

When I boot up, I get to OS/2 boot manager, where I select the Linux option.
Lilo starts up, but gets hung on loading the dynamic linker:

    init: can't load dynamic linker '/lib/ld.so'

I did place LILO in the superblock during setup, and chose for it to load

Is this linker missing from that distribution?  If so, how would I properly
uncompress it.

Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated

Thank you.


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