Linux Compat - LIBSTDC++.SO.5 - Call Of Duty

Loren M. Lang lorenl at
Wed Feb 23 09:48:19 GMT 2005

On Sat, Feb 19, 2005 at 09:24:19AM -0700, Nick Pavlica wrote:
> All,
>   I'm trying to get the Call of Duty Dedicated server running on
> FreeBSD 5.3.  To do get an error when I run the daemon which is caused
> by issue below.  Are there compatibility libs in the ports collection?
>  If not should I use the libs from this link?  If so where to I put
> them?

You need a newer version of linux_base.  I recommend linux_base-rh9.
After upgrading that, you'll probably need to install linux-XFree86-libs
as they are no longer a part of linux_base.

> Thanks!
> --Nick
> ---------
>   If you are reading this, it's probably because you tried to start your Linux
>    server and saw this message:
>     ./coduo_lnxded: error while loading shared libraries:
>      cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
>   COD:UO is a C++ program built with gcc 3.2.3, which means it needs a
>   system library specific to gcc 3.2. Older Linux systems won't have
>   this installed, and we're starting to see newer Linux distributions that
>   don't have this either, since they are supplying an incompatible
>   gcc 3.4 version. The good news is that you can drop the needed library
>   into your system without breaking anything else.
>   Here is the library you need, if your Linux distribution doesn't supply it:
>   You want to unpack that somewhere that the dynamic linker will see it
>   (if you are sure it won't overwrite any files, you can even use /lib).
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