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Hi All, I am tryiong to install FMS 2 on FC5 When I do a ./installFMS I get the following error ./fmsini: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shar ed object file: No such file or directory Any pointers on how to resolve this issue would be really helpful. Thanks a lot -Rajan...

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    Default FMS 2 on Fedora Core 5

    Hi All,
    I am tryiong to install FMS 2 on FC5
    When I do a ./installFMS
    I get the following error

    ./fmsini: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open
    shar ed object file: No such file or directory

    Any pointers on how to resolve this issue would be really helpful.
    Thanks a lot
    -Rajan

    RajanYadav Guest

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    Default Re: FMS 2 on Fedora Core 5

    Looks like a missing library - is this a 64 Bit machine?

    The error you?re seeing is related to a missing GLIBC 3.2, which should be
    available on a RHAT 4 installation.
    What does ?getconf GNU_GLIBPTHREAD_VERSION? return?

    And if libstdc++.5.so was in your /lib/i686, you could export the path and see
    how that goes.


    mm_patrick Guest

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    Default Re: FMS 2 on Fedora Core 5

    To avoid the follow-up problem:

    Install with the platformWarnOnly option to not have the installer break, because your OS is not supported...

    ../installFMS -platformWarnOnly
    mm_patrick Guest

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    Default Re: FMS 2 on Fedora Core 5

    Thanks ... just to help others I am posting this ....

    I have AMD x64 dual core and I'm using Fedora Core 6

    I solved my initial missing library error by following another post on this
    forum:

    [q]Originally posted by: phreelancer
    I got FMS working with Fedora by entering these UNIX commands:

    cd /usr/lib
    sudo ln -s libcrypto.so libcrypto.so.4
    sudo ln -s libcrypto.so libcrypto.so.6
    sudo ln -s libssl.so libssl.so.4
    sudo ln -s libssl.so libssl.so.6

    /etc/init.d/fms start

    ALSO, don't forget that you need to have these port numbers opened by your ISP:

    FMS Server Port = 1935
    FMS Admin Server Port = 1111

    Enjoy![/q]

    Then, I followed the solution in this post .... and finally it came to a point
    where everything was available but it said

    [Q][rootlocalhost FMS_2_0_3_r68_linux]# ./installFMS

    WARNING: Your architecture, \'x86_64\', is not supported by the
    Macromedia Flash Media Server installer.[/Q]

    I solved that issue by adding the parameter -platformWarnOnly....

    Thanks guys!!!

    TheOutlander Guest

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    Default Re: FMS 2 on Fedora Core 5

    Hey Rajan -

    Just a friendly reminder: don't forget to modify IPTables on your FC5 machine
    to allow traffic on the aforementioned ports. I'm pretty sure there's another
    post on these forums with the exact commands used to do that.

    Best of luck!



    Josh Hughey Guest

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