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The easy way of stopping this error message from appearing is
to remove /usr/X11R6/lib from the Linux ld.so.conf, but this
will probably mean you can't run any X-related Linux applications.
Another workaround could be to move libGLU.so.1 to a file
reflecting its full version number (such as libGLU.so.1.2.2),
and then creating the appropriate symbolic link, however:
a) this could cause problems with native FreeBSD apps
b) it's possible that the error occurs with libGLU simply
because it appears first in a directory listing of
/usr/X11R6/lib, and you might then need to rename/move all
shared libraries in that directory
Another obvious suggestion is if you don't want Linux
compatibility it can be turned off by changing its entry in
I would wonder whether the FreeBSD version of Linux's ldconfig
should support both FreeBSD-style and Linux-style library names.
Did you previously have FreeBSD and Linux compatibility working?
Was something changed recently? Perhaps you added/made/
downloaded a port/package that needed Linux compatibility.
In the case that this could be a bug in FreeBSD or in FreeBSD
Linux compatibility, perhaps it would be useful if you provided
information regarding which FreeBSD release you are running and
which version of the Linux compatibility package you are using.
Sorry I can't be of more help, but maybe I've provided a little
more information so that someone else can.
SGI Desktop and Sysadmin Software
Adacel Technologies Limited
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