Re: Problem with STk 3.99.3 binaries for Linux

From: Eric Marsden <>
Date: 09 Nov 1998 09:53:15 +0100

>>>>> "EG" == Erick Gallesio <> writes:
>>>>> "PA" == Paolo Amoroso <> writes:
  PA> bash: /usr/local/bin/stk: No such file or directory

  EG> That's really weird ...

  PA> Maybe the binaries require a glibc system, while mine is a libc
  PA> one (but then the program should at least start and immediately
  PA> stop complaining about the wrong libraries; my error message
  PA> comes from bash instead). Any help will be highly appreciated.

  EG> YES it uses glibc.

This is the normal behaviour of libc6 binaries on a libc5 system. If
you look inside the binary you will see "/lib/", which
you won't have on your system, so the executable won't be able to be
loaded (sure, the error message isn't very explicit). You should
compile STk from the sources.
Eric Marsden
emarsden _at_
It's elephants all the way down
Received on Mon Nov 09 1998 - 10:04:35 CET

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