How To Get libm.so.4?
Shakul M Hameed
smohideen at mx2.labs.rootshell.ws
Fri Oct 10 07:11:00 UTC 2008
check for libm.so.5 in /lib.
do a softlink of libm.so.4 pointing to libm.so.5
I guess this should fix your issue.
On Thu, Oct 09, 2008 at 12:49:26PM -0700, Drew Tomlinson wrote:
> I am attempting to install a web analysis tool named "Urchin" from
> Google. Installation instructions are here:
> Urchin claims to run on FBSD 6.2+ which I took to mean version 6.2 or
> greater. Since this is a brand new install, I installed FBSD
> 7.1-PRERELEASE, assuming the actual release would not be too far off.
> I'm following the install procedures which has me run a ./install.sh
> script. This script fails, complaining about a missing libm.so.4. I've
> Googled and found some reference that this has to do with installing
> compatibility libraries for FBSD 4. Thus I've added "COMPAT4X= yes" and
> rebuilt and installed my world. However I still do not have this file.
> What do I need to do?
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