I am the admin on a freeBSD server, which I use for web editing and
hosting. In order to get a search engine on my site, I ws going to
install E*'s Web Server or somthing like that. My brother had
downloaded it once before. Unfortunatly, he downloaded the IBM AIX file,
which obviously the computer didn't like. When he tried again, he got
the only one that had BSD in the name: BSDI2.0.
The file uses an install script, 'sh install-Architext'
He tried to install that too, but this time it got a Bus error (core
dumped) error. After which it puts two new files in the directory.
'perl' and 'perl.core'. I have talked to a few people on this, and a few
idea's have come from them.
1. The IBM install replaced a library. Unfortunatly I don't know which
one, which means I need to figure out how to export the verbose mode of
the script to a file to find out.
2. The BSDI2.0 file won't work. This leaves another question: Did the
installation do anything to the computer that was bad?
3. It is a perl problem. Fix: ?
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Mike Hallock Arachnid http://www.veryComputer.com/