init : libssl.so : cannot open shared object file : kernel panic !
uli at math.auc.dk
Wed Jul 2 11:45:08 PDT 2003
On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Laurent H. wrote:
> I've successfully installed my lfs 4.1, and I've mainly done
> everything in blfs 1.0 within chroot.
This is in general considered a BadThing[TM], as in chroot, you have
the old system's kernel running, which normally would be different
from your LFS kernel. Especially X has been known to not wnat to
compile in chroot, and I'd expect problems with KDE and Gnome, too.
Btw. why did you build _everything_ in BLFS?
> Now that I want to dive into the comfort of my new system, I get this
> message during boot, after / have been mounted (kjournald started, so
> I think it is when the kernel just pass the hand to init) :
> init : error while loading shared libraries : libssl.so.0.9.7 :
> cannot open shared object file : No such file or directory
> My system is like this :
> /dev/hdc8 /
> /dev/hdc9 /usr
> /dev/hdc10 /home
> Following blfs, I've installed libssl.so.0.9.7 under /usr/lib (and
> ldconfig finds it perfectly). The fact is at the time it crashes,
> only / is mounted read-only, and not /usr (so libssl.so doesn't exist
Did you try the obvious?
ln -s /usr/lib/libssl.so.0.9.7 /lib
Uli Fahrenberg -- http://www.math.auc.dk/~uli
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