> I backed up /etc, /var and /usr to another drive,
How did you back up /usr?
cp -a /mnt/l2/usr/* /mnt/linux/usr/
All filestamps and such were kepts and checked.
> detached the lot and reinstalled FC3 clean.
Contrary to what that name may suggest any stuff in /usr which
is not /usr/local basically is not yours.
I know ;-)
> -> ldconfig
> /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib/libwx_base_xml-2.5.so.2 is not a symbolic link
> /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib/libamu.so.2 is not a symbolic link
Removing all files from that list, i.e. things like
"/usr/lib/libamu.so.2" and not /sbin/ldconfig and reruning
'ldconfig' should fix that. Probably better do that
after 'telinit 1'. But that means that you really did not
"reinstal FC3 clean"
I installed FC3 clean from the CDs - wiped the partitions, selected
packages, you know, did it clean.
The only ldconfig I have are in /sbin/ldconfig. I log in as me and the
su, sbin is not on the path, so I have to run /sbin/ldconfig.
> ImportError: /usr/lib/librpm-4.3.so: undefined symbol:
Possibly caused by errors in ldconfig run; but what about 'rpm -V yum'?
That rpm wasn't installed!
Essentially your system should check clean with 'rpm -Va'
timestamp differences and changes in log and configuration files
will be ok). Redirect an output to a file and check later.
It is coming up with a lot of prelink errors
/usr/lib/libkscan.so.1.0.0: at least of file's dependencies has changed
Could my problems just be that prelink needs to be run again? If it is,
how do I do that?
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