If running 'ld.so' doesn't make the problem go away then yourQuote:>Greetings. After installing the entire development ("D" disk)
>package on a Linux system that had no development tools to start with,
>I get the message described in the above subject line from a variety
>of programs--gcc, asm, strings, etc. I've deleted the ld.so.cache
>file and rerun ldconfig, to no effect. If the cache file doesn't
>exist at all, the programs complain that the cache file can't be opened.
>If it does exist, the "wrong version" message appears.
>Any clues (via email) would be appreciated. Thanks.
version of 'ldconfig' does not match your version of 'ld.so'. Download a
fresh ld.so from tsx-11.mit.edu in /pub/linux/packages/gcc, untar it, the
go into the directory it made and execute the install script.
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