Cannot open shared object file

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2006-11-29
2013-04-25
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    Thank you very much for your last helping.
    for your suggest,I create a file ".defaults.in"and
    Paste the following text into this file。
       
        Default_owner="@nobody@"
        Default_group="@www@"

    When I run following command,it's ok.
      
       ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/dacs --disable-shared \     --enable-static --enable-passwd-auth \     --disable-bdb --with-apache=/usr/local/apache-dacs \     --with-expat=/usr/local
        gmake

    But go on to run “gmake install”,an error occured :
       
       --------
        ./version: error while loading shared libraries: libespat.so.1:cannot open
             shared object file:Nosuch file or directory.
       NOTES:
       */usr/local/apache-dacs/cgi-bin/dacs/local_unix_authenticate may need to be
        setuid or setgid in order to check passwords:
           chown roots /usr/local/apache-dacs/cgi-bin/dacs/local_unix_authenticate
           chown u+s /usr/local/apache-dacs/cgi-bin/dacs/local_unix_authenticate
       *Run 'make install-autologin' if you require autologin
       *Check that /usr/local/dacs-11/man is on your MANPATH
       *DACS version info:

    And I continue to Step 4: DACS-enable Apache
    When I start Apache again
    I can open " http://dodgers.dacstest.dss.ca:18123/man "
    but can't open " http://dodgers.dacstest.dss.ca:18123/cgi-bin/dacs/prenv ".
    I don't know what's wrong.

    I go to do Step 5: Do basic DACS configuration .
    There is no proble befor I run the following command:

            $bin/conf -u dodgers.dacstest.dss.ca -q

     
    • Barry Brachman

      Barry Brachman - 2006-11-29

      > ./version: error while loading shared libraries: >libespat.so.1:cannot open
      >shared object file:Nosuch file or directory.

      I do not know what "libespat.so" is...
      But it looks a lot like "libexpat.so" so I suspect
      that you might have made a typing mistake somewhere.

      Barry

       

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