|Re: Agent Controller failing to start on Linux [message #89950 is a reply to message #89936]
||Mon, 11 December 2006 21:04
| Randy D. Smith
Registered: July 2009
Ricardo Garcia wrote:|
>> I just went to the 4.3.0 "Latest Release - 4.3.0" TPTP Downloads site
>> => Getting Started, Agent Controller => Pick a Platform =>
>> Linux-IA32 and downloaded the Runtime... is that what you got as well?
>> It shows libcbe.so in the lib directory, 151619 bytes.
> Yeah this is the one I got as well. I can see the libcbe.so file when I
> "unzip -l" the zip file; however when I actually unzip it into a
> directory I get:
> inflating: eclipseTPTP/lib/libhcjbnd.so
> inflating: eclipseTPTP/lib/libpiAgent.so
> inflating: eclipseTPTP/lib/libhcthread.so
> linking: eclipseTPTP/lib/libxerces-c.so warning: symbolic link
> (eclipseTPTP/lib/libxerces-c.so) failed
> error: zipfile probably corrupt (segmentation violation)
> So it seems that either the zip file I have is corrupted or the creation
> of the symbolic link is preventing libcbe.so from being unpacked.
>> This is Linux-*IA32* you're working on, right? What distribution?
> Yeah I'm working on FC3.
> Thanks for your help,
I'm not sure why FC3 would have a problem unzipping a file that other
Linux distros have no problem with. Unfortunately, I do not have a FC3
system available to me (it's not on our "supported" list...).
Alternatives include unzipping on a different system and moving the
files over, finding a different unzipper, or experimenting with options
to find one that doesn't do symlinks but instead hard links?
Sorry I don't have any other suggestions to make.
Randy D. Smith randy (dot) d (dot) smith (at) intel (dot) com
Eclipse TPTP Committer, Platform Proj (data collection/agent controller)
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