[sword-devel] diatheke was su
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
Mon, 5 Feb 2001 15:43:36 -0600
Thanks. There is part of my problem. I don't have permissions to edit the
/etc/ld.so.conf file. Is there any way I can work around this? I don't have
access to /usr/ either. My directories are down the tree at:
When I telnet in, I can navigate up the tree and look at stuff, but I can't
change anything. But I can do anything I want below /home/sites/site84/
thanks for your help. I think I'm getting closer. If nothing else, I am
learning a lot in the process.
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] diatheke was su
> "Don A. Elbourne Jr." wrote:
> > OK. Thanks.
> > Actually, I don't know if I need to do su, because I am just
> wanting to run
> > Diatheke on my server. If I'm understanding how things work, I
> don't even
> > need to run "make install" after I have already run "make." Is
> this correct?
> > After running make I have the libsword.* files.
> > I then wen on to compile diatheke. I ran make and it seemed to
> work fine. I
> > moved diatheke, libsword.so, and libsword.a to my /cgi-bin/.
> Don't bother with libsword.a. Once the program is built, its job is
> > But when I try
> > to run diatheke, I get:
> > ./diatheke: error in loading shared libraries: libsword.so: cannot open
> > shared object file: No such file or directory
> > In my limited knowledge of things, I'm assuming that
> libsword.so is looking
> > for a "shared object file" and that it or diatheke can not find
> it. What is
> > it, whet is it and is there a config file somewhere that I can
> change to let
> > diatheke know where to look?
> Diatheke is the program doing the looking, and libsword.so is what it
> can't find. You can help it find libsword.so by putting the directory
> where it lives in /etc/ld.so.conf and running 'ldconfig -v', or by
> setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include that directory. I recommend the
> former, as it is less error-prone.
> "He must become greater; i must become less." - John 3:30