5.x packages temporarily broken (Re: Circles with libcrypt.so.3)
fbsd at sefao.com
Fri Aug 26 22:42:05 GMT 2005
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Kris Kennaway <kris at obsecurity.org>
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2005 17:39:52 -0400
>On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 04:21:07PM -0500, Scot Hetzel wrote:
>> On 8/26/05, fbsd <fbsd at sefao.com> wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I am trying to install Apache+Mod_ssl via the package apache+mod_ssl-1.3.33+2.8.22_1.tbz on a base 5.4 install, I installed in the following order:
>> > libtool-1.5.18.tbz
>> > expat-1.95.8_3.tbz
>> > mm-1.3.1.tgz
>> > rc_subr-1.31_1.tbz
>> > apache+ssl-22.214.171.124.55_1.tbz
>> > All installed with pkg_add with no issues. Then I tried to start Apache, it complained as follows:
>> > /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared Object "libcrypt.so.3" not found, required by Apache.
>> > There is no "libcrypt.so.3" file on any of my FreeBSD 5.4 systems nor on the CDROM..?
>> > So since this is not a production machine yet I try pkg_delete -f perl5.8.6, it does not see the package. So finally I use pkg_add -f perl5.8.7. It complains that I am missing (so far) via /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared Object:
>> > libcrypt.so.3 (as well)
>> > libutil.so.5
>> > libthread.so.2
>> > not found, required by perl5.8.7...
>> > What am I missing? I would prefer not to start over. From the 5.4 install, should I just install Apache and Mod_SSL from source? Would I run into the same issues?
>> You'll need to install all 5-STABLE packages from source, as I just
>> helped another user with a similar problem (no libpthread.so.2 for his
>> net/ntop package). I suspect that the build system for 5-STABLE
>> packages is broken, as those library versions are for RELENG_6 and
>> Another possibility is that the package build for RELENG_6 is placing
>> the packages in the wrong directory.
>Somehow a 6.0 package set got spammed into the 5.x package directory.
>I don't know for certain whose fault this was, but I'm in the process
>of uploading a new 5.x package set which should propagate out over the
>next 24 hours or so. Sorry for the breakage.
It doesent matter to me and I'm sure most people who's fault it was. I'm glad to know I did not do something wrong, AND that it is so quickly resolved. I know for a fact that other OS's do not respond and resolve issues so quickly.
Thank You & Cheers,
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