Home > Dependent Module > Dependent Module /usr/lib/libc.ashr.o Could Not Be Loaded

Dependent Module /usr/lib/libc.ashr.o Could Not Be Loaded

Line 2 does similarly for tmpfs. I am seeing the "libdbus-glib-1.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" error with Firefox 29b06 (latest beta as of today). I am observing a bug in BusyBox on an obscure platform. Comment 90 marco-ontour 2014-03-07 06:25:01 PST I installed the libdbus-glib-1-2 package for firefox 24.0a1 on debian. http://strobelfilms.com/dependent-module/dependent-module-libc-ashr-o-could-not-be-loaded.html

Problem starts to occur after AIX 5.2 was upgraded from Maintenance Level 3 to 5 Symptom Running lftran from command line produces errors: Could not load program lftran: Dependent module libC.a(shr.o) Disable unneeded applets to save space, using "make menuconfig". ELF also has the issue that segments are not page-aligned on disk. This is the lowest memory location that will be used when your program or dll is loaded. http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21561806

Be sure to use APPLET_main() instead of main(), where APPLET is the name of your applet. BUT, the problem persists while trying to run Thunderbird Comment 93 Luke 2014-03-31 18:28:28 PDT I'm seeing this problem with Firefox29b3 on latest Ubuntu: XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /home/luke/.local/share/Trash/files/firefox/libxul.so: libdbus-glib-1.so.2: cannot You have to make the page easily accessible. Which architectures does Busybox run on?

Sorry for the confusion! This might take significantly longer and therefore probably should only be enabled for the final binary.-q--emit-relocsLeave relocation sections and contents in fully linked exececutables. The default is 2Mb reserved, 4K committed.--subsystem which--subsystem which:major--subsystem which:major.minorSpecifies the subsystem under which your program will execute. The -rpath-link option may specify a sequence of directory names either by specifying a list of names separated by colons, or by appearing multiple times.This option should be used with caution as it

Comment 75 Rene L. 2013-02-05 01:25:05 PST (In reply to Gustavo Homem from comment #74) > The problem happens with Firefox 18.0.1 x64 on a Mandriva 2009.1 x64 based > system You can tell the glibc linker to display debugging information about its relocations with the environment variable "LD_DEBUG". This arrangement is the simplest, but if you would like to place them in a different directory, see here. https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/message.jspa?messageID=13854225 However, Foomatic-9000 might have scp installed (say, if they have dropbear installed), and it may be possible to enable it.

Use this after one of the previous two. There is also bug 685433 which might provide information. In other words, users should not be forced to guess the URL. Either way, copy it into bin, and set up the init symlink. $ cp $TOP/busybox-1.21.1/busybox bin/ $ ln -s ../bin/busybox sbin/init Now, let's build the native compiler.

These websites should be serving you the correct build for your platform. http://www.archivum.info/comp.databases.ibm-db2/2007-01/00000/Re-library-load-failure-libdb2hmon.a(shr.o).html glib is 2.22, glibc is 2.10.1. The assumption is that the user knows what they are doing and deliberately wants to link in these unknown input files. I recommend you roll back to Firefox 20.0 on Linux until we release Firefox 21.0 next week.

We maintain such a list on this site. http://strobelfilms.com/dependent-module/dependent-module-libtermcap-ashr-o-could-not-be-loaded.html Begin building the kernel once you're satisfied with your configuration. This may not solve your problem, but it typically the first trick i try before debugging. Support that can be cleanly hidden in platform.h is reasonably attractive, and failing that support that can be cleanly separated into a separate conditionally compiled file is at least worth a

For formats like COFF or ELF, the linker can not detect the use of global constructors.--warn-multiple-gpWarn if multiple global pointer values are required in the output file. These options may be used to override the default.--dynamic-linker fileSet the name of the dynamic linker. So for the love of god, let someone following this bug, that is more informed about the ways are being run here (mozilla) do something about it! http://strobelfilms.com/dependent-module/dependent-module-lib-libclntsh-ashr-o-could-not-be-loaded.html Note that specifying a script in this way merely augments the main linker script; use the -T option to replace the default linker script entirely.For options whose names are a single letter, option

Here's to you, n00bs! Annotating the configuration system to indicate which applets require which prerequisites (such as procfs) is also welcome. They have an entire book of step-by-step instructions you can read online or download.

To those of you who are currently using systems with the affected GCC versions, you'll have until Firefox 26 to figure out an upgrade path (~48 weeks) at which point Firefox

libbb Most non-setup code shared between Busybox applets lives in the libbb directory. I have trouble installing Busybox on my phone! This results in larger executables.This option is currently only supported on ELF platforms.-r--relocateableGenerate relocatable output---i.e., generate an output file that can in turn serve as input told. I.E.

As suggested, I tried the solution in Comment 25, but it would not work for me since I have a 32 bit machine. Comment 21 Thomas Sisson 2012-07-30 14:40:46 PDT I think this is a platform issue and not specifice to Firefox, Thunderbird, or SeaMonkey. This line is no exception. his comment is here But all supported systems should have at least 2.11) Comment 57 Ian Nartowicz 2012-12-24 09:24:30 PST Thanks!

General questions What is Busybox? "I use Foomatic-9000 modem. It is the missing symbol that causes a library load failure. Different output formats can have further restrictions; for example some "a.out"-based formats do not support partial linking with input files in other formats at all.This option does the same thing as -i.-R filename--just-symbols=filenameRead symbol CONFIG_STATIC=n, listed as "Build BusyBox as a static binary (no shared libs)" in BusyBox Settings → Build Options To make things a little faster, I've used a bit of sed magic

Building BusyBox as a Dynamically-Linked Executable If you want to conserve space on your root disk, or you want to support dynamically-linked binaries, you will want to build BusyBox as a It's stored in a static buffer, 128 bytes long. See also the buildroot and crosstool-ng projects.) Add the cross compiler to your $PATH. J.

Comment 73 Mike Hommey [:glandium] 2013-01-28 00:25:08 PST Firefox doesn't rely on LD_LIBRARY_PATH to find its libraries, it loads them with the explicit complete path, so in your case, it "manually" As a result, you have many choices to control its behavior.  OPTIONSThe linker supports a plethora of command-line options, but in actual practice few of them are used in any particular context. This unblocks parent, which can then exit. You can also email the project's maintainer and ask them to recommend someone.

With LD_LIBRARY_PATH [gh@localhost ~]$ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/firefox/ /usr/local/firefox/firefox XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /usr/local/firefox/libxpcom.so: /usr/local/firefox/libxul.so: undefined symbol: _ZNSbItN4base20string16_char_traitsESaItEE4_Rep20_S_empty_rep_storageE Couldn't load XPCOM. With a MMU you can simply set up a second set of page tables and share the physical memory via copy-on-write. Don't forget to recompile with "make" once you've finished configuring.) How do I build Busybox with a cross-compiler? It may also be that my platform (RHEL 6.5 64-bit) is not supported anymore.

It also updates the rpm database.