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Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

Installation on Solaris sparc system with the following error message.

“Problem running post-install step. Error running /opt/dokuwiki-2008-05-05-3/ctlscript.sh restart Apache :ld.sol:httpd:fatal:libuuid.so.l:open failed: No such file or directory.
Killed
ls.so.l:httpd:fatal:libuuid.so.l:open failed”

Thanks
Lakshmi

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi Lakshmi,

What version of Solaris Sparc are you using? Do you have installed libuuid libraries?

 
Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

uname -a
SunOS usenaeisenx1l 5.8 Generic_117350-38 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-60
cat /etc/release Solaris 8 HW 7/03 s28s_hw3wos_05a SPARC Copyright 2003 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Assembled 11 June 2003

I am very new to the Solaris environment (HP background). Do I need to upgrade to Solaris 10 then? I am currently trying to do that.

Thanks for your help.

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Solaris Sparc Stacks support Solaris versions 8, 9 and 10. I do not think that it is necessary but is better if you update it. The main problem is that it seems that the uuid package is missed. You can find some of open Solaris packages at http://www.sunfreeware.com.

Cheers.

 
Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

I installed the libuuid.so.1 and then downloaded the latest dokuwiki stack. Now when I start the installer it asks for default install folder and then it hangs. When I do a ps -ef, I noticed that the install is hanging on the following command: su daemon -c touch /opt/dokuwiki-2009-02-14-0/permission_test/test

Thanks for your help,
Lakshmi

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

It is strange, it seems an issue with uuid. Could you try to install the dokuwiki stack as non root user please? Could you try to execute the following command (as root user) to check if uuid runs well?

# su daemon -c ‘touch /tmp/sample’

Cheers.

 
Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

If I try to install as non-root user, then it tries to install to my user directory rather than /opt. Is that ok?

As root, I was able to successfully run the above command.

 
Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

What should chown of installer be? Right now it is root:root

Thanks
Lakshmi

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

To install as another user you should chown the installer as user:user. The default installation directory will be the user home and there is no problem to install in that directory.

 
Avatar Lakshmi 6 post(s)

Thank you so much. It is all installed. It was the file ownership. I changed ownership to user:user and installed to user home. All set.

Really appreciate your patience and help.

Lakshmi

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