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Jun
21
awarded  Scholar
Jun
21
accepted libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
I downloaded those files into lib, and chmod them to 744. When I ran rpm2cpio -h the cursor drops a line then stalls. man rpm2cpio returns a result. I checked the file system's bin and didn't see it. So you were right about rpm2cpio. I have the symbolic link in my /lib. When I do a cat of .profile I get export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=~/lib It doesn't seem to have changed. I am still getting a not found error with ldd on the excutiable.
Jan
22
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Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
I have tried to no avail rpm2cpio compat-libstdc++-296-2.96-144.el6.i686.rpm > rpm.txt cat rpm.txt | cpio -idv
Jan
22
revised libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
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Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
B/c It says premature end of file, I redownloaded several times to make sure it all was. Still no luck. I tried removing the 'm' flag since I couldn't figure out what it was doing.
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
Ok. When we were constructing the file archive from std in I got: cpio: warning: skipped 63835 bytes of junk cpio: warning: archive header has reverse byte-order cpio: premature end of file And so no sub directories are created as they should with the -d flag.
Jan
22
revised libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
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Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
Its not a virtual server. Its the standard web hosting package from my understanding. Thank you TechZilla, I will reward you with a bounty
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
Yes it looks that I am chrooted, b/c when I >ls -ld /proc/952883/root I got permission denied. If it is an inconvenience you don't have to walk me through it. Just point me in the right Google searches and I can RTM
Jan
22
awarded  Editor
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
right, i don't mind doing it in the local user space. How can I change the yum flags to install it as local user?
Jan
22
revised libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
added my OS info, added more infomation, cleaned up my question
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
I found out its a distro called "CloudLinux"
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
I have noticed that I can install programs so would my option be to install YUM so I can install the llibstdc?
Jan
22
comment libstdc++.so.3 => not found on CloudLinux, no SuperUser permissions, seemingly in chroot.
Yeah I didn't put it b/c I didn't know, thanks for telling me how to find out. Unfortunately this is a webserver from greengeeks.com and when you lsb you get: LSB Version: Distributor ID: n/a Description: (none) Release: n/a Codename: n/a And nothing for the cat. When I ran 'yum install compat...' you suggested below I got: "CRITICAL:yum.cli:Config Error: Error accessing file for config file:///etc/yum.conf" the only thing in /etc is my ftpquota folder
Jan
22
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Jan
22
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Jan
22
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