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On Wed, 18 Dec 1996, Ian Bonnycastle wrote:

>
> Neil Moore writes:
> >> /sbin/ldconfig: warning: /usr/lib/libmenu.so.1.9.9e has inconsistent soname
> >(libmenu.so.3.0), skipping
> >> /sbin/ldconfig: warning: /usr/lib/libpanel.so.1.9.9e has inconsistent soname
> > (libpanel.so.3.0), skipping
> >> /sbin/ldconfig: warning: /usr/lib/libform.so.1.9.9e has inconsistent soname
> >(libform.so.3.0), skipping
> >> /sbin/ldconfig: warning: /lib/libncurses.so.1.9.9e has inconsistent soname (
> >libncurses.so.3.0), skipping
> >>
> >> Ideas?
> >
> >These are just warnings, and have to do with the version numbers
> >on the ncurses shared libraries. To keep from getting these
> >warnings when you boot, grep ldconfig /etc/rc.d/*, and remove the
> >-v flag. You will still get the warning when you do ldconfig -v,
> >but they won't get in your way when you boot.
>
> Uh.. I have the same problem, and there is no -v flag on my ldconfig.
> It seems it gives those warnings *no matter what*. The funny thing is that
> those warnings did not appear in the 1.7.14 version of ld.so. Just the
> 1.8.5 version. Any ideas?
>
> Ian
>
If you had BOTHEREd to read the documentation with ld.so 1.8.5, it states
that invalid sonames will show even when the -v flag isn't used.

-Rob

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