We are relocating our application from old servers to new servers.

We have freshly installed apache and perl. but ars related *.so and lib files are copied as it is from old server, then we are receiving these errors. I guess we are just missing some soft link to where the modules are present.



On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 7:41 PM, Nick Kew <nick@webthing.com> wrote:
On Mon, 13 Sep 2010 17:27:57 +0530
aparna aryan <aparnapuram@gmail.com> wrote:

> There are many paths where  libicuucbmc.so.32 is defined. How do i know if
> the ARS.so is using a file from which location.
> I have tried adding LD_LIBRARY_PATH but stil it gave me errors.
> Thanks for your help in advance...

I've no idea how you got where you are, but it sounds like applying
sticky-tape to a broken system.  In these days of smooth-running
package managers, you shouldn't have to do that.

Your best bet may be to reinstall from scratch, using your system's
package manager.  How much to reinstall depends on how disruptive
that would be: starting with the operating system itself may be
cleanest if the disruption to whatever else runs on the box isn't a
showstopper for that.

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Nick Kew

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