This morning I posted the following:
>After running COPS on my 4.1.1 systems I found that my systems were
>susceptable to attack via a bug in lpd. After installing patch 100305-07,
>the hols seems closed, but an annoying thing now happens. It seems that
>when Sun compiled the 4.1.1 version, they used ld.so version 7, while the
>system contains version 6, and every time my users use lpr, they see:
>>>> ld.so: warning: /usr/lib/libc.so.1.6 has older revision than expected 7
Among the answers I received were ones admonishing me to upgrade to 4.1.2,
but the one that did the trick came was
>From: email@example.com (Sandi Donno)
>Have you tried renaming /usr/lib/libc.so.1.6 to /usr/lib/libc.so.1.7?
>(you would also need to rename the libc.sa.1.6 file to libc.sa.1.7
>simultaneously and run ranlib on one of them - can't remember if it is
>the .so or .sa file that must be ranlib'ed, but it won't hurt running
>ranlib on both).
This worked, and ranlib needed to be run on libc.sa.1.7 only.
Thanks Sun Managers!
Daniel J. Butzer (firstname.lastname@example.org), Cranel Inc. Development & Engineering
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