[lokisetup] Problem with Installing LONGMAN Dictionary of Contemporary English in Linux
ludwig.nussel at suse.de
Fri Oct 5 10:15:53 EDT 2007
Behnam B.Marandi wrote:
> Ludwig Nussel wrote:
> > Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> >>> This installation doesn't support glibc-2.0 on Linux / x86_64
> >> I'm pretty sure it pulls the "x86_64_ part from the "uname -m" command
> >> in a script, so you might be able to fake it out and tell it that you're
> >> running i686 instead.
> >> The installation developer can make a symlink from x86_64 to x86 in the
> >> setup.data/bin/Linux directory.
> >> If they used a really really new version of loki_setup, you might be
> >> able to run the installer with "-arch x86" to work around it.
> > 'linux32' or 'setarch' can be used to change the personality the kernel
> > reports.
> > $ uname -m
> > x86_64
> > $ linux32 uname -m
> > i686
> So, what about this:
> # linux32 sh linux/installation.sh
> # Verifying archive integrity... All good.
> Uncompressing .............................
> Standard input is not a terminal!
> The setup program seems to have failed on x86/glibc-2.0
> Please contact Loki Technical Support at support at lokigames.com
> The program returned an error code (1)
> Again I guess there is a package which stops the installer cause someone
> installed this bundle without using linux32 or something with same Linux
> distribution on same architecture.
Debian x86_64 isn't biarch right? Could be that /lib/libc.so.6
doesn't contain GLIBC_2.1 symbols that are used by the startscript
and loki_setupdb to determine the glibc version. You could try to
extract the makeself archive, hardcode libc-2.1 into setup.sh and
run it manually.
(o_ Ludwig Nussel
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