Many people suggested adding '/usr/openwin/lib' to our LD_LIBRARY_PATH
environmental variable, which seemed to do the trick.
The curious thing is that our LD_LIBRARY_PATH on all of our servers has
the same definition:
yet we were experiencing this problem only on one server. The others
still functioned properly.
Bob Channas had the information on what the culprit is:
I started getting the same error with ReflectionX and eXceed after
installing the latest recommended patch cluster for 2.5.1 (SPARC). Sun
back out patch # 103566-23. I am still waiting to hear from them what
of 103566 should be installed. If I hear from them, I'll let you know.
works okay so far without the patch.
Bob Channas (410) 573-7433
Sys Admin/Senior Engineer (410) 573-7461 (FAX)
IIT Research Institute email@example.com
The server that was failing had patch 103566-23 installed on Tuesday.
Our other servers had version 103566-21.
Thanks again to everyone who responded.
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> -----Original Message-----
>From: Avrami, Louis
>Sent: Friday, October 10, 1997 11:16 AM
>Subject: X-windows problem?
> On Wednesday, I started receiving the following error message when
>trying to connect to our Sparc 1000E, Solaris 2.5.1, using the PC
>X-windows package eXceed 5.1:
> ld.so.1: /usr/openwin/bin/xterm: fatal: libXaw.so.5: can't open
> Any hints or help would be greatly appreciated.
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