[Openswan Users] install problem after compile

Joseph Commisso commisj at cs.sunyit.edu
Thu Sep 30 15:22:33 CEST 2004


I use openna v1.0 and I have reinstalled with a _fresh_ copy.
What happened was that this os came out around 2002 and at that time, I
downloaded a copy. Well it took until recently before I needed to use this
os, so last month I checked at ftp.openna.com and I didn't realize that it
is a newer copy. The filename is openna-i686-disc1.iso and it didn't look
like it was a newer version. Thanks to you, I have downloaded the newer
version and installed it yesterday and it is indeed a newer version.

I thank you greatlly for your response,
Joe Commisso

On Wed, 29 Sep 2004, Paul Wouters wrote:

> On Tue, 28 Sep 2004, Joseph Commisso wrote:
> > bison: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.3' not found (required by bison)
> > [root at henry openswan-2.2.0]# rpm -q bison
> > bison-1.875-1
> Can you do an rpm -V bison and a ldd `which bison` ?
> > And I get a lot of dependency failures. Here are a few:
> You will need to fix those. It seems  you have a massively broken mix
> of redhat 7/8/9 packages installed. Basicly, 'rpm -Va' should not give
> any depedancy errors. As long as it does, some things on your system will
> remain broken.
> Paul
> --
>  	"Non cogitamus, ergo nihil sumus"

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