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f4hr14l
23-Dec-2011, 10:46
need help please

I've been using SLES 10, after making a partition on the drive where
the os is installed, the gui is not running

errror : suse_register [3466]; Cannot start zmd: Checking for Zenworks
Management Daemons ... unused

and i try to check zmd-message.log

errror : zmd: error while loading shared libraries:
libgthread-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory

kindly please help me


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magic31
27-Dec-2011, 12:06
f4hr14l;2163431 Wrote:
> need help please
>
> I've been using SLES 10, after making a partition on the drive where
> the os is installed, the gui is not running
>
> errror : suse_register [3466]; Cannot start zmd: Checking for Zenworks
> Management Daemons ... unused
>
> and i try to check zmd-message.log
>
> errror : zmd: error while loading shared libraries:
> libgthread-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
> directory
>
> kindly please help me

What have you added as new partition/mount? A quick guess would be
that you have assigned a mount to /usr to the new partition. If this is
the case and the new mount does not have a copy of the original files
under /usr, then your system can find certain files as they are now
hidden from sight. A simple solution is to remove the new entry for /usr
in /etc/fstab and reboot the system.

In any case, a little more detail on what you have added and configured
so far would be good :)

-Willem


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magic31
27-Dec-2011, 12:06
magic31;2163723 Wrote:
> What have you added as new partition/mount? A quick guess would be
> that you have assigned a mount to /usr to the new partition. If this is
> the case and the new mount does not have a copy of the original files
> under /usr, then your system can find certain files as they are now
> hidden from sight. A simple solution is to remove the new entry for /usr
> in /etc/fstab and reboot the system.
>
> In any case, a little more detail on what you have added and configured
> so far would be good :)
>
> -Willem

Just did a quick check on a SLES 10 system here.... that lib file you
mention seems to live in /opt/gnome/lib. So it seems the new partition
got /opt assigned as mount?

-Willem


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f4hr14l
28-Dec-2011, 04:16
magic31;2163724 Wrote:
> Just did a quick check on a SLES 10 system here.... that lib file you
> mention seems to live in /opt/gnome/lib. So it seems the new partition
> got /opt assigned as mount?
>
> -Willem

What new entry should be deleted, this is the contents of the file /
etc / fstab

/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_WDC_WD2502ABYS-_WD-WCAT16819113-part1 /
reiserfs acl,user_xattr 1 1
proc /proc proc defaults
0 0
sysfs /sys sysfs noauto
0 0
debugfs /sys/kernel/debug debugfs noauto
0 0
usbfs /proc/bus/usb usbfs noauto
0 0
devpts /dev/pts devpts mode=0620,gid=5
0 0
/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_WDC_WD2502ABYS-_WD-WCAT16819024-part1 /home
ext3 acl,user_xattr 1 2
/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_WDC_WD2502ABYS-_WD-WCAT16820119-part1 /opt
ext3 acl,user_xattr 1 2


and whether, after deleting one entry from / etc / fstab, the
applications are already running will be lost or to replace

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magic31
28-Dec-2011, 09:56
f4hr14l;2163824 Wrote:
> What new entry should be deleted, this is the contents of the file / etc
> / fstab
>
> -->> /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_WDC_WD2502ABYS-_WD-WCAT16820119-part1
> /opt ext3 acl,user_xattr 1 2
>

I thinkg you can delete/remark the line for /opt... but feel a little
'confused' as you seem to be using at least 3 separate drives in that
system (one for the root / system, one for your /home mount and the last
being the new drive holding /opt?)...

To check if you can remove the current mount for opt, do the following
while your system is up and the fstab unchanged:

check the contents of the /opt directory with 'ls /opt'. Do you see
files and folders in there (mainly the folder for gnome)?
If not, try un-mounting /opt with 'umount /opt' (you'll need to be
root) and do the same listing 'ls /opt'. What do you see now? More
files or nothing? If you see more files now, then you can remove the
entry for /opt in fstab.

Hope that helps,
Willem


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f4hr14l
28-Dec-2011, 11:26
not found the folder for gnome from ls /opt

but there are some applications that path in /opt
ex : xampp
if after removing the entry /opt in fstab, the application is missing?


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magic31
28-Dec-2011, 11:46
f4hr14l;2163855 Wrote:
> not found the folder for gnome from ls /opt
>
> but there are some applications that path in /opt
> ex : xampp
> if after removing the entry /opt in fstab, the application is missing?

-> Did you try the 'umount /opt' and then see what is listed in /opt
with 'ls /opt'.... ? Is /opt/gnome there after un-mounting /opt?

The xampp folder you are seeing in /opt is not a folder that is there
in a default setup AFAIK... did you maybe install that application after
making the partition?

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f4hr14l
29-Dec-2011, 03:06
magic31;2163856 Wrote:
> -> Did you try the 'umount /opt' and then see what is listed in /opt
> with 'ls /opt'.... ? Is /opt/gnome there after un-mounting /opt?
>
> The xampp folder you are seeing in /opt is not a folder that is there
> in a default setup AFAIK... did you maybe install that application after
> making the partition?
>
> -Willem

ok i will try, thank you very much Willem


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Bob-O-Rama
29-Dec-2011, 04:16
Assuming you wanted your original /opt stuff moved to a new partition
mounted as /opt. To fix this, you can copy all the stuff in the
original /opt into the new /opt mount point pretty easily.

mkdir /mnt/old
mount --bind / /mnt/old

/mnt/old/opt should contain the original /opt "stuff." Confirm this
is true, and that ownership / permission are correct.

Now you are in a position to copy all the stuff from the old /opt to
the new /opt mount point.

cd /mnt/old/opt
find . | cpio -pudmv /opt

The above will copy all the stuff from the original /opt to your new
/opt partition.

You can also go in the other direction if you want to preserve the new
stuff in /opt in preparation for unwinding the /opt mount point.

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f4hr14l
10-Sep-2012, 02:02
-> Did you try the 'umount /opt' and then see what is listed in /opt
with 'ls /opt'.... ? Is /opt/gnome there after un-mounting /opt?

The xampp folder you are seeing in /opt is not a folder that is there
in a default setup AFAIK... did you maybe install that application after
making the partition?

Dear Willem

i need your help again, i found the gnome and kde3 folder after unmount /opt, but after reboot, run level 5 cannot start, The following is the error message:
failed services run level 5 powersaved xdm
skipped services in runlevel 5 smbfs nfs

tks before