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Process problem : Permission problem (eTrust Audit)

Posted on 2004-09-04
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I have received the following messages when I try to start up process, I have 'su' as a privilged user already:

#./acrecorderd -start

ld.so.1: ./acrecorderd: fatal: librpcsoc.so.1: open failed: No such file or directory
Killed

I tried to restart eTrust Audit Recorder as per the manual describe, but I get the same error as with other process.
 I believe it is a permission problem.....

Any help is appreicated.
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It is a problem with loading of librpcsos.so library. Possibly it is not placed into standard lib directory (/usr/lib). You have to add path to library into LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable.
So first you have to find where your library is situated:
find / -name librpcsoc.so.1 -print

Let say that it will find it in /usr/some/lib directory.
Then before calling your acrecorder programm execute follwoing command:
>LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/some/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH; export LD_LIBRARY_PATH;
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