This happens when the loader (/lib/ld-linux) is not able to find the library in the dynamic library search path. If you get this error, it means certain shared libraries are missing from your systems. To be sure the library is really missing, try to look for the missing library with your system's "Find files/folders" tool or you can do a: # find / -name 'libxxx.so.x' from the command line (Note: The single quote around the missing library name is needed.) Alternatively, you can do: # ldconfig -p grep libxxx to see if the library is in the linker library cache (/etc/ld.so.cache). Library files are usually in the /usr/lib directory, if you are running on 64-bit kernel, your system will probably have 2 sets of library, one for 32-bit (/usr/lib) and one for 64-bit (/usr/lib64). The following lists the possible library files that might be missing and the reasons why:
Although this error can indicate if you have installed missing audio drivers you will most likely have a better understanding of why you are getting the error message if you have a debug enabled kernel. To get the debug information go to the kernel line on boot and increase the debug option (remove the x at the end). To boot with this set, edit the boot command: # edit /boot/grub/menu.lst
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