[bug-notifications] [libkrb5_3 0005070]: libresolv.so.2 dependency problem, sparc, solaris 9

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Thu Apr 25 13:15:58 CEST 2013

The following issue has been UPDATED. 
Reported By:                philipweber
Assigned To:                dam
Project:                    libkrb5_3
Issue ID:                   5070
Category:                   upgrade
Reproducibility:            always
Severity:                   major
Priority:                   normal
Status:                     closed
Resolution:                 won't fix
Fixed in Version:           
Date Submitted:             2013-04-25 07:58 CEST
Last Modified:              2013-04-25 13:15 CEST
Summary:                    libresolv.so.2 dependency problem, sparc, solaris 9
Seems to be the same issue as described here:

This entirely breaks scp to my solaris 9, sparc box. Worked fine before,
just upgraded yesterday (after a long time :) ), now this dependency
problem shows up.

When trying to scp a file to my solaris 9, sparc box:
ld.so.1: scp: fatal: libresolv.so.2: version `SUNW_2.2.1' not found
(required by file /opt/csw/lib/sparcv8/libkrb5.so.3)

In issue 4992 a experimental package was referred to, but the link does not
seem valid anymore, because there is no such updated package on this page

Maybe because it got updated for solaris 10:

But solaris 9, still has the previous version, with the defective

Since the libresolv.so.2: version SUNW_2.2.1 is shipped with an solaris 10
update, i cannot replace my libresolv.so.2.

Is there a way to bring the update to 5.9? I
Is it possible to install the 5.10 package on 5.9 without problems?

Thank you.
best regards,

 (0010362) dam (administrator) - 2013-04-25 13:15
Well, regarding that Solaris 9 was essentially dropped about 1,5 years ago
and that the packages works on the latest release I don't want to spend
time on it.

However, as OpenCSW is an open project be invited to join the project and
continue the maintenance of packages for Solaris 9 :-)

Best regards -- Dago

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