freebsd at rgbaz.eu
Wed Apr 9 12:31:16 UTC 2008
Sorry for my late reply.
I have been a bit busy...
On 7 apr 2008, at 21:21, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> "FreeBSD.Arno" <freebsd at rgbaz.eu> writes:
>> Hi Lowell, thanks for your response,
>> On 7 apr 2008, at 16:23, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
>>> "FreeBSD.Arno" <freebsd at rgbaz.eu> writes:
>>>> I installed wireshark on my computer and got this error trying to
>>>> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libhx509.so.2: Undefined
>>> That library doesn't even exist on my machine that has wireshark
>>> installed from ports.
>> that's strange... what version do you run?
>> i have version 0.99.8
> I don't run it, I just built it long enough to check for you.
oh, thank you very much for that!
>> I just did a make config, disabling everything and 'make install
>> even now:
>> me at home# ldd /usr/local/bin/wireshark | grep libhx509
>> libhx509.so.2 => /usr/local/lib/libhx509.so.2 (0x2a69b000)
> I used the default configurations:
> # This file is auto-generated by 'make config'.
> # No user-servicable parts inside!
> # Options for wireshark-0.99.8_2
i tried compiling with and without all the settings, so far without
>>>> I've found some posts of people reporting the same problem, but
>>>> of them mention a solution.
>>>> Did anyone solve this problem yet?
>>>> uname -a:
>>>> FreeBSD <ip> 7.0-STABLE FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE #18: Mon Mar 31 17:48:52
>>>> CEST 2008 Me at amadeus:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/KERNEL_7 i386
>>> Figure out where that library comes from, and rebuild it and maybe
>> i found there's a bug reported here for subversion, but i don;t have
>> that installed
>> i also found heimdal using this it an people reporting he same error
>> i installed heimdal but the problem remained the same
>> i'll try to figure out why wireshark needs this lib on one machine
>> not on the other...
> The key clue is probably in what provides that library. Which is
> Heimdal, so that *should* provide the library.
I did search for heimdal on my system before, but i thought it was a
port and not part of the base system
I'm looking into that now and am building kernel and world from the
latest sources atm.
I'll post the results when that's done...
> Did you install wireshark from a package? That may have been built
> with a different set of options and/or for a different FreeBSD
I compiled from sources:
make install clean
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