This was my original query:
> I have installed Sunos 4.1.3 in a Sparcstation1. The k-arch is sun4c.
> As I had little space I just installed the required software and Openwindows.
> Everything went fine until I tried to run openwindows. It refused to run and I
> got the following message:
> venus# openwin
> ld.so: libsunwindow.so.0: not found
> giving up
> /usr/openwin/bin/xinit: No such file or directory (errno 2): unable to
> connect to X server
> As I found out I have no libsunwindow.so.0 file, but I have a libsunwindow.so.0.55,
> and my other IPX suns where I made a complete instalation of 4.1.3 have exactly the
> same files.
Several people told me to check LD_LIBRARY_PATH:
> Try doing this prior to starting OW (assuming that you installed it in the
> standard Directory and use the C Shell)
> venus# setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/openwin
> And ld should scan for all libsunview.so.0.* and choose the most recent
And most pointed me that I must intall old sunview in order to run openwindows,
or run openwindows with the -nosunview option:
That's what I did. I also added an alias to /.cshrc, in order to force the
Thanks to all that replied, here follows the list in no particular order:
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