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PLIP or SLIP?

I am wondering if there is an easy way to connect my laptop running MS Windows for Workgroups with my PC running Red Hat 5.0. Should I use PLIP, SLIP or something else? —Thomas Svanelind

PLIP is probably the cheapest and simplest networking setup around (although it has limitations), and is supported by both of these platforms. —Scott Maxwell, maxwell@pacbell.net

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error in linux enterprise edition 4.0 while using commands

vsrikanth's picture

while using some commands in redhat linux 4.0, commands like ls, df, cat etc i am getting error
this is the error when i type ls with user root
ls: error while loading shared libraries: ÿEj: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

for df command i get error as segmentation fault and i get a mail for root /var/mail as follows
[root@oraapp1 mail]# tail root
To: root@oraapp1.dchronicle.com
Subject: Cron /usr/lib/sa/sa1 1 1
X-Cron-Env:
X-Cron-Env:
X-Cron-Env:
X-Cron-Env:
X-Cron-Env:

date: error while loading shared libraries: ÿÄ SjèkóÿÿÄÂRè,ÿÿÿj: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
what is the problem.

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