|Agent Controller failing to start on Linux [message #89713]
||Thu, 07 December 2006 21:13
| Ricardo Garcia
Registered: July 2009
When trying to run the 4.3 release "original" Agent Controller I get the
Starting Agent Controller
RAServer: error while loading shared libraries: libcbe.so: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
RAServer failed to start
The libcbe.so library does not seem to be included with the tptpdc zip file.
I ran SetupConfig.sh as described in the getting_started.html document
and I have all the prerequisites installed. Any ideas?
|Re: Agent Controller failing to start on Linux [message #89758 is a reply to message #89713]
||Fri, 08 December 2006 05:58
Originally posted by: rajakididi.hotmail.com|
The "libcbe.so" is available under the <Agent-Controller-Directory>/lib/
directory for my Agent Controller 4.2 and 4.1 as well. Please, confirm
this on your installation of the agent controller too.
If the file is available under the required location then try to run:
See the output of it and confirm that all the required dependencies are
satisfied for it.
I had similar problems while making my TPTP work and I hope my experience
might be of your help.
|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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