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I try to install DB2 fixpack 6 into CentOS 6.3 x64. I have already installed DB2 9.7. When I begin to install fixpack (running installFixPack) I get an error:

"The 32-bit library file is not found on the system"

. But I already installed and x86 and x64 packages of

I can check it using rpm -q pam command,

and output is


Where is problem?

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Check for the existence of the file /lib/ -- It needs to be there.

Maybe also run ldconfig -v, then try the installer again.

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yes both file exist: /lib/ and /lib64/ Running ldconfig -v not help. But installer wrote that it need, not - may be there problem? I new in linux, so I don't found package and I think installer wrote about, not about – MyTitle Sep 11 '12 at 5:59
@MyTitle This is a case where you should probably symlink to with ln -s /lib/ /lib/ and see if that works to get through the installation. – ewwhite Sep 11 '12 at 11:23
Very BIG thanks. You solved my problem. Seems, it were error of Db2 programmers – MyTitle Sep 11 '12 at 11:33

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