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Re: error while loading shared libraries: libgssapi_krb5.so.2

From: Offer Kaye <offer.kaye_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-14 07:59:58 CEST

On 5/14/07, david x callaway wrote:
> that library is part of the krb5-libs package. if svn is not running
> correctly on the machine it is something the administrator needs to fix.

Thanks for taking the time to answer David.
Maybe I wasn't clear enough. When I said "Please remember that I'm
just a user, I don't have an easy way to supply all the required
dependencies", I meant, among other things, that I can't simply go up
to an admin and ask for help. I'm on my own here.

> the only way for the machine to get into the state you describe is for
> someone to either a) install subversion without satisfying its
> dependencies, or b) copy an already built binary without copying its
> dependencies. svn and its dependencies could have been installed by
> yum install subversion
> (after installing yum).
> if you "installed" svn by copying a 32bit binary onto a 64bit machine it
> is likely that b) is the problem.

I didn't "copy" svn, I specifically said I compiled it (I'll add now,
from source, if that wasn't clear) on a 32bit machine, then tried to
run it *through the network* on a 64bit machine.

> you can theoretically compile svn static, which would end the shared lib
> dependencies, but from reading the list I doubt you want to go there,

How can I compile svn static? Is this a flag I pass to the configure script?
Why would I not want to do this? Can you elaborate?

> and I doubt you want to run a 32bit binary on a 64bit machine in any
> case (although theoretically you can).

Why not? Oh and it's not "theoretically", X86_64 processors can fully
support 32bit programs without recompile, more details here:


Offer Kaye
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Received on Mon May 14 08:00:26 2007

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