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Old 09-09-2005, 03:37 AM   #1
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Question ,3alpJL is empty, not checked??

I truly do not know what to do about this. I hope someone can help.

When I am installing or updating packages in FC4 with yum things usually work real well. However, some packages install but give me an error message during the /sbin/ldconfig procedure (whatever that is). It basically states the /sbin/ldconfig failed and then states #.3alpJL is empty, not checked and moves on to complete the installation.

In the end yum will tell me everything was installed, but I am very curious about that error message. Does anyone know what is wrong and how I fix it?



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