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I'm attempting to install plesk, and upon running the shell script I get this error:

Shared object "libstdc++.so.4" not found, required by "psa_installer_v2.0.0_build72040920.12_os_FreeBSD_5.2.1_i386"

Any ideas what I may need to update via ports?  How can I correct this issue so this app can be setup?
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Hi,

What distrobution are you using?

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sorry:

FreeBSD 5.2.1...I think...how do I check the version?
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Hi,

Try running:

pkg_add libstdc++.so.4

I would also suggest reading:

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ports.html

Also make sure your next FreeSD post is under FreeBSD secriotn :) as this is Linux

Good luck
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Oops sorry.....I didn't realize we had a FreeBSD section here.  Where do I run the pkg_add command?
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You run the command via command line
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