Followup: was RE: Installing on SLES 10 SP2
Kevin_Miller at ci.juneau.ak.us
Thu Mar 5 23:49:06 GMT 2009
Kevin Miller wrote:
> Kai Schaetzl wrote:
>> Kevin Miller wrote on Thu, 5 Mar 2009 09:28:05 -0900:
>>> OK, tried that, but it tells me that it can't install because of
>>> missing dependencies: rtld(GNU_HASH)
>> what is "it", the rpm or the install.sh?
> The rpm...
After searching the web high and low, it seems that *lots* of folks are running into the same issue w/many different programs. It turns out that rtld(GNU_HASH) is a new part of glibc but isn't found in older versions.
I looked inside Julian's tnef*.rpm and saw the source to tnef was available from sourceforge. I downloaded that, compiled it, created an rpm w/checkconfig then installed that. My rpm didn't have a dependency on rtld(GNU_HASH). Not sure why Julian's does, but maybe it was built on a CentOS or newer openSUSE box? Be good if he could build one against a SLES 10 SP2 box. If one isn't available I'd be happy to compile one and send it if a plain vanilla version is what is produced with chkconfig. I didn't give it any specific parameters or list any dependencies when it built.
So, long story short, MailScanner installed, hopefully to no ill effect lacking the rtld(GNU_HASH) aspect.
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