"libm.so.4" not found
derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed May 17 06:22:36 PDT 2006
Sounds like you recently upgraded but don't have the compatible libraries
in /etc/make.conf make sure you have:
And then rebuild the world.
You might also want to have:
In your kernel config file.
At 12:13 AM 5/17/2006, David Banning wrote:
>I have been using portupgrade to update some of my packages. Now I have this
>/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libm.so.4" not found
>when attempting to run webalizer and I also get it while attempting to
>to upgrade parts of the XFree86 system, specifically XFree86-4-clients
>Looking around on Google it looks like libm.so.4 is a part of
>FreeBSD 6.X - that is strange, since my system is 4.8
>I am wondering what I can do from here. The most recent version of
>libm I have is libm.so.2
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