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Do you not have anything in your /etc folder named like "ld.so.conf"?
does the following return anything:
Code:
whereis ld.so.conf

You might just need to set your LD_LIBRARY_PATH, eg
Code:
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib
But I'd hope you wouldn't need that.

Don't run anything just yet though. I'll look into this properly later smile.gif
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whereis ld.so.conf did not return anything, and I have nothing like that at all in my /etc folder.
    
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You probably don't need it to be honest. Just a little surprised there isn't a blank file
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After some fiddling and googling for the past few days, I'm giving up. Found that the gcc that ipkg installs is too low which is why I get one of my errors and can't find a way of properly installing it. There is a long thread here: http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=67956 which mentions some of my errors and they appear to have found a solution, but I can't get it to work for me and they don't have the libdl error as I have.
    
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To be honest, for what you want you want to do, you might be better off buying a Raspberry Pi. They're only a few quid and it will do node (plus you can install from repos on that)
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I currently have an old Zotac Zbox which is running OpenElec (an OS of XBMC) so I'm tempted to change OS's to one less locked down. I have however ordered my parents a CuBox-2 Ultra (see: http://solid-run.com/) to do the same thing for them, so may do a switch-a-roo and give them the already configured Zbox and get the cubox for myself. Should compliment my NAS as it is built to be always on and has very low power consumption.
    
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I currently have an old Zotac Zbox which is running OpenElec (an OS of XBMC) so I'm tempted to change OS's to one less locked down. I have however ordered my parents a CuBox-2 Ultra (see: http://solid-run.com/) to do the same thing for them, so may do a switch-a-roo and give them the already configured Zbox and get the cubox for myself. Should compliment my NAS as it is built to be always on and has very low power consumption.

Yeah I know OpenELEC - it's not actually that locked down (eg SSH is open by default, most of the folders are writeable, etc) and it's pretty trivial to bypass some of the other restrictions. But since it's purpose built, you wont have build tools like gcc and make. So you'd have to cross-compile a whole load of stuff.

Those CuBox's look pretty, but they're more expensive than a Raspberry Pi (both in terms of raw cost and in terms of like-for-like specifications) and draw more power. Plus XBMC will run on a Raspberry Pi as well. But personally, I'd buy yourself a Pi just to hack about with - ie as you're development box. You can have Debian loaded on there and pull everything from the repos (apt-get) just like you're used to. No pratting about with make files and the lark.
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I may well do so although the cubox is already ordered so will try it out first!
    
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