missing /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1 ... not found
Hostmaster at Video2Video.Com
Wed Dec 24 16:35:10 PST 2003
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Ulf Zimmermann wrote:
> cat /mnt/cdrom1/bin/bin.[a-z]* | tar ztvf - | grep ld-elf
> That will you show the path in the tar.
# cat /mnt/cdrom1/bin/bin.[a-z]* | tar ztvf - | grep ld-elf
-r-xr-xr-x root/wheel 79840 2002-10-09 14:45:19 ./usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1
gzip: stdin: decompression OK, trailing garbage ignored
tar: Child died with signal 13
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
Darn, I even did 'cd /' and then ran it or 'cd /mnt/cdrom' then ran it but
got the same ./usr/libexec etc junk. I have to run the grep while
"standing" in a non root-mounted locale I suppose??
Great. *sarcasm* So we've found it. It's there, we know it's there, but I
don't know which file it is in! Ugh ugh ugh. Kill me!
> then you can use the same as above but with "zxvf" and the pathname for
> Regards, Ulf.
> Ulf Zimmermann, 1525 Pacific Ave., Alameda, CA-94501, #: 510-865-0204
> You can find my resume at: http://seven.Alameda.net/~ulf/resume.html
I wonder what it meant by child died and previous errors. At startup, I
figured out how to press F2 and go into an interactive, "expert" as it was
called mode of bootup / kernel loading process. There have been ide-scsi
errors and kernel panics in the past so I pressed 'n' to not load any scsi
However, oddly enough, my "dmesg" output is replete (full of) weird ide and
scsi error messages. Could they be what tar/gzip is talking about? There
is a random timer probably counting down to my next kernel panic from this
Knoppix 3.2 Debian Linux CD-R I am booted up into!! I better scoot. Help.
-- Peter Leftwich
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