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Could a CRON cause a segfault?

I'm running a web-server using AWS (Ubuntu 18, Apache2, Django, with https cert from Let's Encrypt - which auto renews) at vanlevy.com. I am the only one who has access to the AWS account and the ...
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How to forbid system to look into /usr/local binaries, libraries and includes?

I'm in a hard time trying to compile things with just dependencies within the system original folders. However, there are different versions of libraries and tools installed in /usr/local. G++ is ...
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Preloading shared library with libVirt

I am trying to load two shared libraries while running Qemu using libvirt. To preload the shared libraries I have added an environment variable in the $domain.xml file with the following command: ...
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Replace Existing XMLTooling Library w/ Compiled Version

To remediate an Shibboleth SSO vulnerability (https://shibboleth.net/community/advisories/secadv_20180227.txt) I'm attempting to replace the existing libxmltooling7 library with a newer version (from ...
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Why the program lsusb don't find the shared library libusb-1.0.so.0?

Linux distribution : CentOS Linux release 7.4.1708 (Core) Kernel : 3.10.0-693.2.2.el7.x86_64 The problem : # lsusb lsusb: error while loading shared libraries: libusb-1.0.so.0: cannot open shared ...
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Unable to link to shared library under systemd

Does systemd do something funny with linking shared libraries? I have a php extension which loads a shared library outside the php extension directory. If I run php-cli or start php-fpm from the CLI ...
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Does a 32-bit Linux program's entire runtime lib tree need to be 32-bit? [closed]

On my 64-bit RHEL machine, I'm compiling and running a C & Fortran program that is 32-bit only. It invokes the non-static version of a lot of standard Linux libs (X11, OpenGL/Mesa, Motif, etc...),...
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Using mozjpeg in place of jpeg-turbo including satisfying dependencies

I'm trying to use mozjpeg as a drop-in replacement library for jpeg-turbo. I'm perfectly able to fetch the sources and compile them as needed and even create a deb-file from it which I can use to ...
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Compiling GnuPG links gpg2 to /lib instead of /usr/local/lib/ [closed]

Occasionally I have to install new packages on servers. If I'm lucky, I can find an RPM, otherwise, I get to bang my head on the wall and attempt to compile a package. This time I get to compile ...
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nginx not starting: unsupported Verneed record of libGeoIP.so.1

I have been running nginx on my Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS server for more than one year without problems. However, since a few days nginx fails to load (access.log shows last connection from June, 13th 2016)....
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Switching library paths in python virtualenv dynamically

There are two versions of Python that can be installed on RHEL 6.7, as many obviously know. Yum needs 2.6, and other programs for example Graphite need 2.7 After digging into it, I see that even when ...
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Unable to update packages / Package manager crash (Ubuntu 14.04)

I've been having troubles installing updates lately. Updating via the Software Updater gave no list of packages, though it still said it had to download ~100MB worth of updates. The update failed as ...
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Wrong JPEG library version: library is 62, caller expects 80 [closed]

I have problem with imagick php extension. When trying to manipulate jpeg files error occurs: Wrong JPEG library version: library is 62, caller expects 80 I was trying to find where that library ...
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Where to find infos about functions and opportunities for backup / archive systems

we are thinking about building an archive system (>1PB) to store video-files. Probably this complex system will be assemble by different technologies and sub-systems. But one decisively point will be ...
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When does rpm -V not verify md5sums?

I've got an older system (Fedora Core 6, it's an isolated system used to do builds for older devices). I'm trying to build a matching VM, and I've noticed a difference I can't explain. Both systems ...
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Can't change Win7 libraries location from Windows Server 2003 server

I'm having trouble understanding why I can't change the location of my Windows 7 Pro user libraries. All of my libraries that matter (My Documents, Downloads, Desktop) are located @ \server1\users\...
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Error installing Python packages on an AWS Ubuntu server

I am trying to install the Ansible control server on Ubuntu 14.x (an AWS instance). When trying to install the dependencies, I saw an error. I'm not sure what I need to do. Is this an ignorable ...
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libbaccats-7.0.5.so => not found

I'm installing Bacula from sources on CentOS 6.6. ./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc/bacula --with-mysql [root@bacula0 lib]# ldd /usr/sbin/bacula-dir linux-vdso.so.1 => (...
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Apache2 and LD_PRELOAD libraries wrapping

I'm trying to load a custom library on an Apache2 web server. On Unix systems, I know it's possible to do it using the LD_PRELOAD variable. I've configured /etc/apache2/envvars file to preload my ...
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All or very many shared libraries fail to load - openSUSE

For some reason, all (or very many) shared libraries no longer load. However, ldconfig claims that the library exists. web6:~ # sendmail -? sendmail: error while loading shared libraries: libdb-4.8....
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Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib64/php/modules/ssh2.so' [closed]

When I try to run any php script with my user within shell, I get the following warning: PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib64/php/modules/ssh2.so' - /usr/lib64/php/...
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libc/libcstdc++ issue - GLIBC_2.18 not found

After some package update on my Debian (Sid) machine I started to experience errors like: Error message from server: ERROR: could not load library "/usr/lib/postgresql/9.1/lib/postgis-1.5.so": /lib/...
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Compile nginx with bundled shared libraries for Docker to make a tiny image

Docker images are mostly HUGE, and I'm dreaming of a tiny, really tiny image of nginx. The idea is to compile it and create a Docker image with only the nginx binary, config files, the required ...
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missing shared library in ldd

I compiled Apache httpd on CentOS 6.x. Works fine there. Then I moved the binary files to CentOS 7. I needed to install some missing libraries and now works fine there. Then I moved the binary files ...
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apache taking old openssl libraries when doing apachectl graceful

Due to heartbleed vulnerability I have recompiled apache with non vulnerable latest openssl(I had to keep old vulnerable openssl due to some dependency problem). It is running fine and when doing ...
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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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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 [closed]

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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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: nagios-plugins-...
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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) libpthread....
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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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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 --with-storage-driver=...
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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 "/usr/lib/...
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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 ...