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px3
2003-07-07 09:30:38
Shame on me, i'd offered a wrong tar-file for download.
The solaris port, which could be d'led from my page included a messy executable.

if you'd downloaded this file and ran it with tasks higher 1, it produced a corrupt results.txt (too high rated mpts).

check the file using ldd.  if ldd tells you it's a static linked one, then you caught the wrong file.

since i'm not quite sure when this tar-file went in my download-dir - i am sure there had been the right one - please check it and d'l it again.

sorry for that Confused Confused

Regards,

PX3
Bill[Romulus2]
2003-07-07 20:00:29
Right, thank you for the info.

I must have used a wrong flag on ldd because I got this...

bash-2.03$ ldd -f unixmuon
ldd: unixmuon: file is not a dynamic executable or shared object
bash-2.03$ ldd -v unixmuon
ldd: unixmuon: file is not a dynamic executable or shared object
bash-2.03$ ldd -i unixmuon
ldd: unixmuon: file is not a dynamic executable or shared object

...so I used file instead...

bash-2.03$ file unixmuon
unixmuon: ELF 32-bit MSB executable SPARC Version 1, statically linked, stripped

...so now I see this...

bash-2.03$ file unixmuon
unixmuon: ELF 32-bit MSB executable SPARC32PLUS Version 1, V8+ Required, dynamically linked, not stripped

...thank you for taking the time to get this sorted and for the original port.  It lets my Ultra 2 do something besides serve mp3's and videos Big Grin
[OCAU] badger
2003-07-21 20:18:40
well it was working fine, but I got the new one.  now I get:

ld.so.1: ./unixmuon: fatal: libstdc++.so.5: open failed: No such file or directory
Killed

what tha?

of course I overwrote the old one, so I am in trouble...

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[AVE] MrSledgeHammer
2003-07-22 12:32:13
quote:
Originally posted by [OCAU] badger:
well it was working fine, but I got the new one.  now I get:

ld.so.1: ./unixmuon: fatal: libstdc++.so.5: open failed: No such file or directory
Killed

what tha?

of course I overwrote the old one, so I am in trouble...



Install the right version of required libs... This is what
"ldd" is talking about to you.  (glibc; there are ready to go
packages from sun and sunfreeware.com too).

Regards


[AVE] Mr. Sledge Hammer
[OCAU] badger
2003-07-22 18:10:19
actually I get the error when trying to run unixmuon.

you saying we are missing the glibc libraries?

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Bill[Romulus2]
2003-09-06 20:10:06
I haven't been around a while, doing dumb stuff instead.  Anyway, I'm having the same problem.

bash-2.03$ ./unixmuon
ld.so.1: ./unixmuon: fatal: libstdc++.so.5: open failed: No such file or directory
Killed
bash-2.03$ find /usr -name libstdc++.so.5
/usr/local/lib/sparcv9/libstdc++.so.5
/usr/local/lib/libstdc++.so.5


4 SMCgcc gcc
(sparc) 3.3
5 SMCglib glib
(sparc) 1.2.8
6 SMCgnupg gnupg
(sparc) 1.2.1
7 SMCgtk+ gtk+
(sparc) 1.2.8
8 SMClibgcc libgcc
(sparc) 3.0

As you can see, I got the packages from sunfreeware.com some time ago.  I'm missing something somewhere but right now my minds a blank.  I have to get back to doing dumb stuff now.  Hopefully I'll be back to see what I botched or maybe I'll locate the error in my software depending on my schedule.
[AVE] MrSledgeHammer
2003-09-08 12:00:25
Hi,

quote:
Originally posted by Bill[Romulus2]:
bash-2.03$ ./unixmuon
ld.so.1: ./unixmuon: fatal: libstdc++.so.5: open failed: No such file or directory
Killed
[...]
bash-2.03$ find /usr -name libstdc++.so.5
/usr/local/lib/sparcv9/libstdc++.so.5
/usr/local/lib/libstdc++.so.5
[...]



check your LD_LIBRARY_PATH.  If "echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH" returns nothing:
- add "LD_LIBRAR_PATH=/usr/local/lib" and "export LD_LIBRARY_PATH" to
the "start_muon_background.sh" below the first line

or if the output returns something without "/usr/local/lib":
- add "LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib" and
"export LD_LIBRARY_PATH" to the "start_muon_background.sh"
below the first line


HTH & Regards


Sledge Cool
Bill[Romulus2]
2003-09-24 03:51:29
Thank you Sledge, I neglected to check my paths Smile
[DPC]teigetje
2003-10-01 01:07:03
If PX3 would be so kind as to publish the source for one of the previous versions, I might be able to create a new source tarball for 4.32b.
px3
2003-10-01 09:57:37
I'm currently working on the 4.32b port Cool
hope to get this finished inbetween the next days..

PX3
[DPC]teigetje
2003-10-14 07:13:45
Any news on the ports for 4.32x?  Hate to see some of my power go to waste on the ECC2 project Smile
px3
2003-10-17 12:13:18
Yes.. some news:
i started with 4.32b using diff..
dropped this, cause i made to much changes to the original source, to get this code run on unix...

currently i'm waiting for a stable version to port it. 

Since 4.32d still doesn't run on all my machines, i wait for 4.32e to port it..

Regards,

PX3
Stephen Brooks
2003-10-17 12:52:12
quote:
Originally posted by px3:
i started with 4.32b using diff..
dropped this, cause i made to much changes to the original source, to get this code run on unix...
I was thinking you'd diff the Windows 4.32b with the Windows 4.3, so you saw the changes I made, then you could apply those to the Linux version.

It doesn't make any sense: that's why they call it "virtual"
[AVE] MrSledgeHammer
2003-10-17 13:18:08
quote:
Originally posted by Stephen Brooks:
quote:
Originally posted by px3:
i started with 4.32b using diff..
dropped this, cause i made to much changes to the original source, to get this code run on unix...
I was thinking you'd diff the Windows 4.32b with the Windows 4.3, so you saw the changes I made, then you could apply those to the Linux version.

It doesn't make any sense: that's why they call it "virtual"



Sorry Stephen: Pls.  start writing portable code right now! 

Your 4.32x (x=maybe/assuming a-z) is not portable at all.  It's Windows-like and not the best code.
Better rewrite the current version with gcc as compiler and/or separate _any_ GUI-output from the
muon related routines itself.  If you code this way we should have a portable codebase.

Best regards


Sledge Cool Cool Cool
[AVE] MrSledgeHammer
2003-10-25 14:22:12
quote:
Originally posted by [AVE] MrSledgeHammer:
Sorry Stephen: Pls.  start writing portable code right now! 

Your 4.32x (x=maybe/assuming a-z) is not portable at all.  It's Windows-like and not the best code.
Better rewrite the current version with gcc as compiler and/or separate _any_ GUI-output from the
muon related routines itself.  If you code this way we should have a portable codebase.

Best regards


Sledge Cool Cool Cool


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