** Sorry for taking so long to reply. The thing is that revdep-rebuild attempted to re emerge gcc, which failed. However, i was able to fix this by emerging manually libstdc++ (which i guess its a completely different issue), after that, revdep-rebuild worked.
** After the revdep-rebuild finished (took quite long cause it pulled in a lot ebuilds) apache was working again (no libpq.so.4 not found error no more)
Thanks for the assistance Ric!, next time i am going to try revdep-rebuild before posting a message here (if its another case of missing libraries of course)
PD: It was a work related issue, so again, thanks a lot
2007/11/28, Ricardo Saffi Marques <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Hey, did revdep-rebuild help on anything, after all?
On 11/27/07, Rafael Barrera Oro <
As a matter of fact i have not, will give it a try inmediately!
thanks for the tip
2007/11/27, Ricardo Saffi Marques <email@example.com
>:Have you tried revdep-rebuild?
On 11/27/07, Rafael Barrera Oro <firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, i have the following problem when trying to start apache
*Apache2 has detected a syntax error in your configuration files:
/usr/sbin/apache2: error while loading shared libraries: libpq.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
i searched for libpq.so.4 and found out that i only had libpq.so.5, so i tried a symlink (which i inmediately undoed after seeing that it led to a new error which frightened me)
i have postgresql 8.2.4 installed
libpq.so.4 should be there? or apache should use libpq.so.5?
as usual, a lot of true hart felt sincere thanks in advance
Ricardo Saffi Marques
Laboratório de Administração e Segurança de Sistemas (LAS/IC)
Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)