PERL package and ld-elf.so.1
dom at happygiraffe.net
Mon Nov 10 08:37:07 GMT 2003
On Sun, Nov 09, 2003 at 09:10:39PM -0000, Chris Rodgers wrote:
> I have just upgraded PERL to perl-188.8.131.52._14 using the packages from
> freebsd.org on a machine running 5.1-release. However, when I now try to run
> PERL it says
> 701 firewall / # perl
> ELF interpreter /libexec/ld-elf.so.1 not found
> Abort trap
> If I create a /libexec and copy ld-elf.so.1 from /usr/libexec in there, perl
> seems to work. Can someone explain what's happened here and how I can fix
Since FreeBSD 5.1 was released, some things have moved from /usr/lib and
/usr/libexec to /lib and /libexec. This is in preparation for a
dynamically linked root filesystem.
I'd guess that the packages you grabbed are for -CURRENT, not
You've got a couple of choices:
1. Update to -CURRENT and rebuild.
2. Rebuild perl from the port.
However the fix you put in place is perfectly valid, so I wouldn't worry
too much about either of them...
For reference, this is what's I've got on my -CURRENT box:
% ls -CR /lib /libexec
libalias.so.4 libedit.so.4 libncurses.so.5
libatm.so.2 libgeom.so.2 libreadline.so.4
libbsdxml.so.1 libipsec.so.1 libsbuf.so.2
libc.so.5 libipx.so.2 libufs.so.2
libcam.so.2 libkiconv.so.1 libutil.so.3
libcrypt.so.2 libkvm.so.2 libz.so.2
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