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I have Dell OMSA installed on a PE1850 running Ubuntu Server 10.04 (using these instructions, pretty strait forward: However when starting the OMSA web server (dsm_om_connsrv) I get the following error:

$./dsm_om_connsrv32d start

./dsm_om_connsrv32d: error while loading shared libraries: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64

What does this mean? I think it means that my version of libstdc++5 is a 64 bit copy and this needs a 32 bit copy? Is that correct, and where can I get a 32 bit copy if that is indeed the case?

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Solved: Installed libstdc++5 form here using --force-architecture switch with dpkg – jwbensley Jul 13 '11 at 12:06
New problem :) running "/etc/init.d/dsm_om_connsvc start ; ps aux | grep dsm_om_connsrv" shows me it is running with the "-clrun" switch but "netstat -nl" shows one open port on 1311 (the default OMSA port), its "::::1311" which is IPv6 so this is presumably why I can't connect from another machine by browser to – jwbensley Jul 13 '11 at 12:23
Solved: added IPv6 route to server :D Can't mark as answered though I don't have enough rep to do this so soon! – jwbensley Jul 13 '11 at 13:18
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Solved: Installed libstdc++5 form here using --force-architecture switch with dpkg

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