Thanks to all who responded. My original post is below.
There was actually 2 things that were wrong with my set up.
1) I had the wrong versions for the following libraries:
The versions I had were:
Thanks to: Glenn Satchell email@example.com for pointing this out.
The second problem I had was my environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH was not
Thanks also to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (George Pallas)
My original post:
> I have been recently converting our Sun systems from scattered indivual
> external disks to 1 Mass storage devices. In the process of moving things
> like Openwindow 3.0 and so forth I can not get the Calendar Manager to
> come up.
> When I envoke the "cm" command I get the following message:
> ld.so: warning: /usr/lib/libxview.so.3.0 has older revision than expected 1
> ld.so: warning: /usr/lib/libolgx.so.3.0 has older revision than expected 1
> ld.so: warning: /usr/lib/libdeskset.so.0.0 has older revision than expected 1
> ld.so: warning: /usr/lib/libX11.so.4.2 has older revision than expected 3
> ld.so: call to undefined procedure _bindtextdomain from 0x50334
> I don't have any problems with the first 4 messages ( I am going to upgrade
> all my machines to 4.1.3 as soon as I get a chance).
> The configurations this has occured on:
> SPARC 2 4.1.1
> SPARC IPX 4.1.2
> SPARC 10/30 4.1.3.
> We are running MIT X11 R4 & R5 on our machines, with Motif 1.1.3.
> I have installed Open Windows on our Mass Storage device, and have
> linked everybody's /usr/openwin to this directory.
> Now in the process of this movement to the Mass Storage Device, I went
> into each machine's /usr/lib directory. There I discovered what I thought
> was a very confusing array on symbolic links to libraries for both X11R4
> (or X11R5) and for Motif 1.1.3. I decided that since I have enough disk
> space on /usr to have the actual libraries local I unlinked them and
> then copied them to the local /usr/libs (I also did this for /usr/bin
> and /usr/include). However the links for /usr/lib/X11, /usr/bin/X11 and
> /usr/include/X11 are still there, as well as the other symbolic links
> for Motif and X11R?, ( Xm, Mrm, etc).
> I think what has happened, is one of my libraries is either gone, or
> not linked correctly. Yet the Calendar Manager is an Openwindows tool,
> and all I have done is link everybody's /usr/openwin to it. The Openwindows
> Install manual says to mount this directory, but wouldn't a link perform
> the same task?
> I have tried using the trace command to see what the problem is, running
> on one machine that works, and one that does not, but it wasn't very
> helpful in determining the problem.
> Am I missing some libraries? Is Openwindows set up wrong?
> Please offer any help you can.
> Ken Hammer
> Ford Motor Company
> Scientific Reserach Lab
> Dearborn, Mich
> E-Mail address:
Ford Motor Company
Scientific Reserach Lab
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