Re: ls -l please?
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On Mon, 21 Apr 2003, Bill Nottingham wrote: > Brian Schmidt (bts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) said: > > Could some kind soul give me a ls -l on their /lib/tls directory? My > > symlinks are all messed up and I would like to compare them to see where > > they should be going. I can't even run RPM at the moment until it's > > fixed. > > Did you install the i386 glibc over the i686 glibc? Nope. I made the mistake of following someone's instructions at 1:15am after having been up since 5am the morning before on fudging an upgrade on some broken software. And I didn't double-check the arrangement beforehand. I ended up having 2 symlinks off by one directory and a version number in there. Enough to cause my boot screen to crap up, RPM to stop functioning, and X to stomp its feet and take its toys home. Someone sent me a proper listing, I've gotten it all restored now, and all is well again. :-) Thanks, Brian bts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx SDF Public Access UNIX System - http://sdf.lonestar.org
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