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     Re: [snips-users] RRD librrd.so.0 Problem

You probably need to look at ldconfig (under linux) and make sure it
includes the directory/file that the RRD library is located... there's
an equivalent under Solaris 9 (currently forget what it is, since they
waited so long to implement it, of course).  The "right" thing to do is
probably to statically link "ippingmon" (run "ldd" on it to see what
dynamic libs it depends on, etc).  Else, wrap the startup in a startup
script that sets the environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the same

For example:

-- begin

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/rrdtool-1.0.48/lib ; export LD_LIBRARY_PATH


-- end

...really, you should look at ldconfig and make sure it includes the
/usr/local/rrdtool/lib directory, however.  Hope that helps...


On Fri, Jun 04, 2004 at 10:59:21AM +0530, Vikrant Agarwal wrote:

>   [...]
> Process run file (/usr/local/snips/run/ippingmon.error) is:
> /usr/local/snips/bin/ippingmon: error while loading shared libraries: librrd.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> Though I've checked for librrd.so.0 file , its there in /usr/local/rrdtool-1.0.48/lib path . I've configured same path at the time of installation of Snips.
> I'm using following configuration : 
> a)Linux  2.4.18-14
> b)snips-1.1
> c)rrdtool-1.0.48
> How to resolve the same problem and where we can define the rrd libraries path after the installation of snips . 
> Pls help & guide .
> Thx & Reg
> Vikrant

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