I installed MATLAB R2009a in my laptop (Fedora 14 x86-64), the installation was succesful but when I run MATLAB (in a console), appears a message: error while loading shared libraries: libut.so: cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires: Permission denied
I find a "solution", execute in a terminal: execstack -c libut.so
I used several times with differents libraries that I needed, but I run MATLAB in a terminal, MATLAB starts in a terminal, only a prompt ">>" and nothing.
I tried to install Fedora 12 on my machine using the Fedora-12-i386-DVD and get the following error: /sbin/load_policy:error while loading shared libraries: lib/libsepol.so.1: cannot read the file data:input/output error exec of anaconda failed install exited abnormally [1/1]
I installed a software that is used for modeling purpose. After installation, it showed me the following error.
error while loading shared libraries: libXm.so.3
I hope i need to install some libraries. While i searched in google, i found some postings telling i should intall libmotif3 and some postings telling that openmotif should be installed. I dnt know what to do now as i dnt find both these libraries when i try to install with yum.
Someone kindly write me how to get this libXm.so.3 installed in fedora10.
Trying to launch Second Life gives the following error message:
You are running the Second Life Viewer on a x86_64 platform. The most common problems when launching the Viewer (particularly 'bin/do-not-directly-run-secondlife-bin: not found' and 'error while loading shared libraries') may be solved by installing your Linux
This problem was easily found using search with solutions for Fedora 11.
The following information has been found for adding the 32 bit support to Fedora 11 but it does not work in Fedora 12.
The file created in the instructions below is a list of the 32 bit libraries. It is then called as input to yum to simply install them.
"Add the Libraries Next, add the 32-bit libraries by copying the following list, and pasting it into a text file. Save it as �Fedora-ia32.txt�."
Another post says that was all unnecessary as the following commands would do the same thing.
Could have simply been achieved by calling:$ yum install SDL.i586...(Or by selecting SDL.i586 in add/remove programs.)
The problem I have with Fedora 12 are neither of these will install anything in Fedora 12. Looking at add/remove programs does not yield anthing that looks like it is 32 bit support when searching with the argument "SDL".
Does anyone know how to install 32 bit support into Fedora 12 64 bit version ? I like the simple yum expression rather than long lists like the first example uses, but I'll try anything if it works.
A side question to this entire experiment is what chance would you give to Second Life being able to be run remotely using VNC? I would think if it runes on the Linux machine, using a remote terminal would have little impact. Using VNC isn't the usual way this will be run, I just wonder if it would work at all.
I am trying to run matlab 7.7 (R2008b) on my ubuntu 9.10 distribution..the thing is that I am totally new with both matlab and linux and I get the following error message from matlab when I try to run an example mex-function:
Warning: You are using gcc version "". The earliest gcc version supported with mex is "4.0.0". The latest version tested for use with mex is "4.2.0". To download a different version of gcc, visit [URL] eval: 1: gcc: Permission denied mex: compile of ' "yprime.c"' failed. Error using ==> mex at 213 Unable to complete successfully.
I had gcc-4.4 as default on my pc, so after this error I downloaded an older version (gcc-4.1) and removed with rm the symbolic link in /usr/bin pointing to gcc-4.4 and created a new one pointing to gcc-4.1. Now when I type gcc -v in the terminal it says that gcc is in the packages gcc and pentium-builder, to do an apt-get install. I tried that but than it says that gcc-4.1 is already the newest version. It seems that I have multiple versions of gcc installed but neither the terminal nor matlab can find them.
Just trying to install Skype on Fedora 12 .. but got an error: skype: error while loading shared libraries: libasound.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory So, anyone got it working there ?
Today I have installed VLC on my Ubuntu Karmic Koala, and when I want to run it I gets this error: VLC: error while loading shared libraries: libvlccore.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory And I have some Audio problems with my user account how can I solve that one?
I installed novell eDirectory on RHEL 5 and installation was successful. I am getting /ndsconfig: error while loading shared libraries: /opt/novell/lib/libccs2.so: file too short problem when I am giving command ./nds-config new ( for creating a new instance).
I just downloaded OpenOffice 3.2.1 from the openoffice.org weebsite. I followed the instructions precisely and everytime ended up in the same error message - 'error: can't create transaction lock on /var/lib/rpm/.rpm.lock (Permission denied)'. I am using Fedora 13.
I want to install pgplot on my PC. My Pc is running an intel i7-860. I install Fedora13 (X86_64 version). there is no g77_gcc in fedora13, it has only gfortran_gcc. I have edited the 'g77_gcc.conf' by copying it to'local.conf' and change 'g77' into 'gfortran', and follow all the installation instructions of pgplot. For examle, I did: /usr/local/src/pgplot/makemake /usr/local/src/pgplot linux local.conf.
It seemly go through to the last step correctly, but the last step './pgdemo1' failed. It showes the same error message as other friends showed in 2008 in Fedora10: error while loading shared libraries: libpgplot.so: cannot open shared object file : No such file or directory
In fact it does exists, and if I do 'cp libpgplot.so /usr/local/lib', it showes that the file already exists. I overwrite it, no use at all.Still the same error message. In google I find an item to teach 'how to install pgplot in 'gfortran_gcc', I follow its instructions step by step, but at last, pgplot still does not work. I am an old man, not familiar with computer.
I had Fedora 8 installed in few clients and a server (same server for NFS and NIS), and NIS and NFS configured, and was working fine. Yesterday, I upgraded few client computers to Fedora 15 (server is still same), and configured NFS and NIS client. NFS is working fine, I can see home directories.
For NIS: ypwhich, ypcat passwd gives me correct uutput, ypbind is running. The problem is, I can't login to NIS client. The error is: Permission denied, please try again. My nssswitch.conf is
I'm trying to install Ubuntu 9.10 on my Windows Vista Home Premium machine. My specs far exceed the requirements to install, so I know there's no problem there.On installation I receive an error somewhat through that says something like:Quote:An error occured:Permission deniedFor more information, please see the log file:C:UsersUsernameAppDataLocalTempwubi-9.10ubuntu1-rev160.logSo.... I go to that file, and the last line in it is:Quote:OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: u'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-9.10-desktop-amd64.iso'I did run Wubi Installer as an Administrator, and unblocked it giving it full privileges.It's really annoying because my download speed is 80kb/s so it takes about 3 hours to download. During that 3 hours I can't use my internet so I have to wait, and wait, and wait, and then boom.error. And wubi can't pick up where it left off, you have to uninstall to reinstall, which sucks tremendously.
This is weird, today I updated my system and while trying to visudo from single user mode got
"cannot read /etc/shadow: Permission denied"
which kept me from doing anything until I switched to file permissions of 400 on shadow, then back. Is this being experienced by anyone else or just me? /etc/security/limits.conf doesn't seem like it wants to change in enforcing mode either and I can't find any alerts to provide clues on the situation.
I am trying to use Wireshark and on startup the program pops up a window saying: Couldn't run /usr/sbin/dumpcap in child process: Permission denied Are you member of 'wireshark' group? Try running 'usermod -a -G wireshark <username>' as root.
I ran the usermod command to add my account in the group and checked it Code: less /etc/group wireshark:x:490:myaccount but the same error message pops up.
I have got centos 5.3 running on my system. I have installed vsftpd and created a separate folder to upload files (upload folder created in/var/ftp/pub). From my client end I can download ftp files but when I try to upload files from my client I get a error message 550: permission denied. The upload folder has full permission ie 777. Checked the ftp config file everything looks ok.
I'm trying to install Ubuntu on Windows XP as a dual boot using Wubi, but whenever I try to install it I get an error message that says: An error occurred: Permission denied For more information, please see the log file: c:docume-1lanzarolocals-1 empwubi-10.04.1-rev190.log Does anyone know what this means and if I can fix it?
I have been trying to install MATLAB 2008b as a standalone version; however, every time when the process runs to 18% it shows an error as follows: "There was an error extracting the archives for MATLAB compiler. Chceck that you have enough disk space and rerun the installer."
I did have checked the disk space which is much more than enough. I have also changed few different disks that are way more than enough as well, about 5GB at least, but this error still popped out when it runs to 18%.
I recently setup a new server that serves files over samba and is a subversion repository for a number of projects. I did a simple apt-get update/upgrade for which the system requested a reboot. After I rebooted, I got to the login prompt, at which point I ran into a problem. After I enter my correct credentials, it spits out the following error:
sh: error while loading shared libraries libc.so.6: cannot open shared object file: Error 24
and returns me to the login prompt. Samba and Subversion are both still working, I simply can't login to the server either physically or via SSH.
What steps should I be taking to correct this issue? My thoughts are that I may need to use a Live CD to load the system and perhaps do another update, but before I go through that process I just wanted to check in and see if there might be some other solution.
I have tried googling the issue, and while I have seen other posts regarding shared library issues, there was never anything about not being able to login and I never did find anything specific to the error message I received.
I installed perl v5.8.5 built for i686-linux on my system recently. From that day if I want to run my vi edition I am getting the error as: Code: vim: error while loading shared libraries: libperl.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I am using: Code: [root@station130 CORE]# uname -a Linux station130 2.6.9-5.EL #1 Wed Jan 5 19:22:18 EST 2005 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
A newbie trying his hand with openldap.Disclosure: I tried posting at openldap forum, but my message does not appear in the mailing list-- and I didn't receive anything back from that forum, so please don't flame.I use red hat 5.5.I didn't want to use the openldap that is bundled with and installed by the red hat, so I downloaded and installed BerkeleyDB-4.8.30 and openldap-2.4.23.
I can see that the file libdb-4.8.so is in /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/lib is in my path (in my .bashrc).. so why not "read" it from there?How do I solve this problem?
I get the following error: ssh-keygen: error while loading shared libraries: libssp.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I know it used to work, but I'm not sure if that was on Debian, or Ubuntu (before I switched to Debian over a year ago).
Sorry if this is one of those questions with a blatantly obvious answer. I've spent hours searching the Internet for a solution, and trying various things, but to no avail.
I have even tried downloading libssp.so.0 and putting it into /lib/ and /usr/lib/, but the problem still exists. I've also tried reinstalling ssh, openssh-client, openssh-server, gcc, libc6 and several other packages after clearing Aptititudes cache. I'm aware that some of these may have absolutely nothing to do with the problem, but I am getting desperate here. I can also confirm that screaming and making threats to my monitor doesn't seem to help either. I have a screwdriver and a rather large hammer sat here to use as a last resort, but I hope it won't come to that..