[lug] Can't determine library version.(rpm)
jstarkey at advancecreations.com
Fri Feb 23 15:15:39 MST 2001
Thanks Dan. It was in my kernel compile. It was looking for
/proc/sys/kernel/osrelease and something I'd taken out of the compile had
prevented it from being created (I guess). A default compile fixed it.
Found via strace, so thank you very much for the suggestion.
"D. Stimits" wrote:
> John Starkey wrote:
> > I keep getting
> > FATAL: cannot determine library version
> > when installing via rpm. I tried --rebuilddb and it returns the same.
> > This is a standard upgrade from the 6.1 (RH) distro to KRUD 7. I haven't
> > had a chance to screw anything up yet. I installed 6.1 then upgraded
> > immediately to KRUD7. Had to do it this way because it's the only way I
> > could install a dual boot (without having LILO problems).
> > ld.so.conf has:
> > /usr/X11/lib
> > /usr/i-486-linux-libc5/lib
> > /usr/lib
> > /lib
> > I did compile kernel 2.4 and install that.
> > Anyone know how I can fix this? I thought it was referring to glibc when
> > installing something else but I compiled the same app myself from the
> > tarball and everything was fine.
> > Thanks,
> > John
> I'd run an strace to see if it fails to open something (maybe just
> permissions, maybe otherwise). E.G., as root, "strace -oRebuildlog.txt
> rpm --rebuilddb". Towards the end of the log file, it'll likely name a
> file that it didn't have permission to use, or didn't exist, or
> something similar. There are a lot of files that it searches for
> normally but won't find; however, this one will probably stand out.
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