Brian Gerst wrote:
Dave Mack wrote:
> I yum updated against my rsynced rawhide tree this morning and
> rebooted. The result was an unusable system. Many of the shared
> library symlinks in /lib and /usr/lib are gone. I would advise
> against updating your rawhide machines until the rpms responsible for
> this damage are taken out and shot.
> If you're already toast, booting from the rescue cd will allow you to
> get into /mnt/sysimage/lib and create the symlink to libtermcap.so.2
> that bash needs to run. After that, it's a matter of going in and
> fixing the missing symlinks when things break, which is often.
Does running ldconfig restore the missing links?
Yes, that worked! Way cool! In your face, Solaris ldconfig!
Thanks very much for the clue.