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How to Downgrade an i386 / ia32-libs Library on Wheezy?

I recently upgraded to an amd64 version of Wheezy, and I have a couple of compiled proprietary programs that need to keep running 32-bit. No problem, I installed the i386 compatibility libraries ...
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Using Custom or Official Cookbook [closed]

I'm evaluating whether to use the official, Chef/OpsCode cookbooks to install java, maven, etc. Here's my list of pros and cons for using a custom/hand-rolled one v. Chef cookbook. Custom Cookbook ...
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RPM packaging conflicting libraries

What is best practice for RPM packaging something that provides a library which in name shadows a system library? Background: For an RPM-backed Linux system, I am packaging a "self-contained" app foo ...
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Left 4 Dead 2 dedicated server Steam authentication problems

I'm running a game dedicated server for the Valve game Left 4 Dead 2 on my housed root server. I had one running for years back when I was still running Debian Squeeze (6, oldstable, x86_64) on my ...
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installing XtraBackup with libmysqlclient.so.18

Current situation I'd like to install XtraBackup on my VPS (Centos 5) where my main database is running. During the rpm install it told me that it misses a dependency called perl(DBD::mysql). When I ...
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Compile a system library independent proftpd on AIX

I'd like to build a deployable archive that contains all system and specific library necessary to run the proftpd deamon on AIX. I already manage to compile it, but the executable rely on /lib and ...
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Organize code in Chef: libraries, classes and resources

I am new to both Chef and Ruby and I am implementing some scripts to learn them. Now I am facing the problem of how to organize my code: I have created a class in the library directory and I have used ...
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Install xmlsec on CentOS

I installed xmlsec and it keeps giving me an error when I try to verify an XML document. yum install xmlsec1 yum install xmlsec1-openssl [vagrant@localhost SSO-ROR-development]$ xmlsec1 --verify ...
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How to install ia32-libs on Wheezy?

I have seen a couple of questions on ServerFault relating to installing ia32-libs on a 64bit machine but the solutions aren't working for me (I don't think any of these questions where for Wheezy ...
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installing old MySQL client libraries (libmysqlclient.so.15, libpq.so.4)

I'm attempting to install Nagios plugins on a Zimbra 8.0.2 server running CentOS 6.4, but have run into the following error when I run yum install nagios-plugins-all Error: Package: ...
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Replacing a Freeradius library

I have a freeradius 2.0.4 server i want to update.it has been running without interruption for 2 years. My update consists only in updating the chap module without creating a new one. To avoid ...
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How can I change path for xml2-config

I've already asked same question in stackoverflow.I need some more help. I’m trying to upgrade libxml2 from 2.6.26 to 2.7.7 on CentOS5.5 I installed libxml2-2.7.7 in /opt/libxml2-2.7.7/bin/ I'd ...
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finding ldd search path

How can I find the search path of ldd? Assume ldd returns [mahmood@dhcppc2 bin]$ ldd /home/mahmood/amd64-linux/lib/scsi-bus.so linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fffc27c7000) ...
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remove shared library from sshd [duplicate]

mv /lib64/libkeyutils.so.1.9 /root service sshd restart Stopping sshd: [ OK ] Starting sshd: /usr/sbin/sshd: error while loading shared libraries: ...
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PSQL 64bit driver error

I have an Ubuntu 12.04 64bit server setup under Hyper-V. I have installed Pervasive 64bit SQL drivers so that a stock-updater script can run daily (Updates external MySQL database from another local ...
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How to find any file that is an executable or library

Let's say someone provides you with a tarball, saying it is source code and nothing else. You want to make sure that is true, and that no virus-laden executables or libraries are tucked away in a ...
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cannot open shared object file: Permission denied

On a server I haven't installed, ntpd is broken: # /etc/init.d/ntpd start ntpd: error while loading shared libraries: libz.so.1: cannot open shared object file: Permission denied but permissions ...
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Per-application library paths on CentOS

Context: After a recent version upgrade of a bunch of our server software, I've found myself in a dilemma: I have two sets of applications (Zend server and assorted utils, and a bunch of PostgreSQL ...
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Need to install just libswresample.so.0 on Centos 6 - how? (for FFMPEG)

I'm trying to get ffmpeg running on a Centos 6 machine and it has been uphill the whole way. I thought I had got it but when I go to use ffmpeg I get the error: ffmpeg: error while loading shared ...
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/lib64/libuuid.so.1: no version information available (required by /lib64/libblkid.so.1)

When i try to run umount I got a warning message: /lib64/libuuid.so.1: no version information available (required by /lib64/libblkid.so.1) How to correct this ? I use CentOS 5.8 64-bit.
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Setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH not enough?

I've edited my /etc/bashrc to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH like in my previous question that I asked. However it does not seem to be taking effect. Even though echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH does show my modifications. ...
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Possible to install a 3rd party RPM locally? So as not to interfere with the system RPM?

This is a CentOS 5 system, x64, using yum/rpm for package management. The libxml2 is a bit dated, and the Perl XML library I'd like to install (from CPAN) requires a more up-to-date version of the C ...
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Screwed libmysqlclient-dev in Ubuntu

I have messed with symlinks and libraries in /usr/lib. I modified libraries like libmysql*. someone suggested to reinstall libmysqlclient-dev package. Is libmysqlclient-dev holding Mysql libraries? ...
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Where is libmysqlclient? (Dspam installation)

I’ve been trying to install Dspam on my server (Ubuntu 10.04) but have been having some errors while configuring it. I'm trying to do a ./configure using this ./configure ...
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Fixing problems with yum, urllib2, and missing dependencies?

I've been trying to resolve the following problem with yum / python's urllib2: [root@...]# yum Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/yum", line 4, in ? import yum File ...
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Install Mono in RedHat

I installed successfully Mono in my ubuntu 11, and now I have to do it in Redhat. The problem is I don't have access to this machine (and haven't done it before). And the one who is going to do it ...
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How is my VPS/server effected when many libraries are installed?

I always feel anxious when installing new libraries to my server. Are are any other implications then little less free hard drive space? Theoretically, apt-get install ... should not effect the ...
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How to have Apache 2.2 use an earlier version of libapr?

I'm using a module in Apache that requires libapr-1.0.3.8, which is in my lib/ directory, but it appears my installation (via MacPorts) is using 1.0.4.5. Can I force Apache to use the earlier ...
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Fixing Shared PCRE Library on CentOS

This is less a question about PCRE, and more a question about updating shared libraries. The distribution of CentOS I'm running only allows for yum upgrades to version 6.6, or somewhere similar. I'm ...
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What's the best way to check the version of a library on Ubuntu

I am sure there are several ways to do this, but is there a tool built into ubuntu or a recommended way to check the version of any given library you have installed on an ubuntu server? Thanks ...
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A basic question with yum

I am trying to edit the source of a package and make it work. Thus, I didnt use yum install, I installed it from source and it is working. The package im building from source is libvirt. Now I want to ...
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Does anyone know a way to interact with HP OV(NNM) with python, perl or bash?

Do anyone know if there is out there any API/library to access NNM database from perl or python? We have a NNM 7.53 which give us access to its data with its java based applet through http. And of ...
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Where to set path for servlet libraries in Tomcat?

I am trying to follow some good-practice methods and not place the servlet jars into the java install. Instead what I am hoping to do is figure out the correct way to point to the servlet jars. If ...
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Cannot install mercurial properly - PYTHONPATH error

I have a server running on Ubuntu 10.04 on which I wanted to install Mercurial via % sudo apt-get install mercurial It seems to have installed successfully and doesn't show me any error messages. ...
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Disable public folders via Group Policy

I would like to disable all "Public Folders" from users' Windows 7 libraries using a group policy. How would I go about implementing this?
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Segmentation fault on most binaries without file /etc/ld.so.nohwcap

I've got a box which was partially updated to Debian Lenny. It throws Segmentation fault on even simple commands like ls. When I added file /etc/ld.so.nohwcap I was able to upgrade and run machine. ...
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Is there any way to list all required libraries when configuring at a time?

Is there any way to list all required libraries when configuring generic linux source package at a time? Repeating find lacking lib by ./configure and installing it keep me long sometimes. or any ...
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Installing gem MySQL failed

I'm installing mysql gem on Amazon AMI 2010.11.1 and I'm having the next problem: # gem install mysql Building native extensions. This could take a while... ERROR: Error installing mysql: ...
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ld library problem

I am getting the below error while checking status of any service or stoping starting any server on my linux server. Its CentOS-5.4 server. sh: /usr/bin/(swapd): /lib/ld-linux.so.1: bad ELF ...
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How can install scripts determine which are the correct equivalents for /usr/lib for 32- and 64-bit libraries?

I have an SDK that must install 32-bit and 64-bit files in the correct places under /usr/lib for a variety of Linux distributions. For example, it appears that for Fedora, /usr/lib64 is the 64bit ...
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Which shared library requires another shared library?

I have my own executable that I link to a particular version of Xerces. It also uses a bunch of other libraries, some of them not my own. When I run ldd on that executable, I see that it needs the ...
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access windows 7 Libraries with Powershell

do you know some way to navigate trough windows libraries in Powershell?, exist some provider? it will be nice have this posibility because in libraries i have everything that i need almost in one ore ...
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Puppet Packages, Puppet Forge, and good Puppet code?

Does anyone have a ranking system for the packages available from the Forge at PuppetLabs? For example, there a half dozen Apache packages. Given normal distribution, one will probably work, one ...
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Windows 7 library nightmare

In our Active Directory we deploy a policy to our clients where the personal directory (My documents) is redirected to a file server of ours \\server\share\username\Documents In older systems ...
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Problem linking to shared libraries

I've got a problem linking to shared libraries. Specifically this is a nodejs module linking to libmemcached, but I'm guessing the problem is more generic than that. The file it cannot find/open is ...
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What are all the most essential things to install for YUM?

I am building a server that has all the libraries (of course, they shouldn't take up Gigs of data). So that I can clone it, and will have it all. This server is mainly for web/crawling/databases ...
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Permissions not inherited in Windows 2003 when copying from other folder

Today I did a web site update and got this strange behavior I never experienced before. I always copy files from a build folder to the prod folder. After I copied the file, I started getting a ...
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fedora /usr/lib vs /usr/lib64

It seems i have two python2.6 folders located in /usr/lib vs /usr/lib64 respectively. Most python stuff (source) is in /usr/lib64/python2.6 but when in installed packages they have been put into ...
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how to check if a library is installed?

In linux, how do I check if a library is installed or not? (from the command line of course). In my specific case now, I want to check whether libjpeg is installed.