[Solved] ××: error while loading shared libraries: ××.so.19: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

××: error while loading shared libraries: ××. so. 19: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

When starting some programs, the corresponding link library could not find a solution

[[email protected] build]# ttyd --help
ttyd: error while loading shared libraries: libwebsockets.so.19: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[[email protected] build]# ttyd --help
ttyd: error while loading shared libraries: libjson-c.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

This means that the program needs libwebsockets.so.19 and libjson-c.so.5 the functions in the two dynamic link libraries can not be found in the corresponding directory. The dynamic link library under Linux is composed of LD So is responsible for loading, and his configuration file is in etc/LD.so.conf , it is found that there is really no ××.So file under/usr/local/lib configured, we can manually add the specified path to solve the error problem

/environment/libwebsockets/build/lib		## libwebsockets.so.19
/cpack/json-c/build					## libjson-c.so.5

Then refresh the cache and run it again

[[email protected] build]# sudo ldconfig		

[[email protected] build]# ttyd --help
ttyd is a tool for sharing terminal over the web

USAGE:
    ttyd [options] <command> [<arguments...>]

VERSION:
    1.6.3-3e37e33

OPTIONS:
    -p, --port              Port to listen (default: 7681, use `0` for random port)
    -i, --interface         Network interface to bind (eg: eth0), or UNIX domain socket path (eg: /var/run/ttyd.sock)
    -c, --credential        Credential for basic authentication (format: username:password)
    -H, --auth-header       HTTP Header name for auth proxy, this will configure ttyd to let a HTTP reverse proxy handle authentication
    -u, --uid               User id to run with
    -g, --gid               Group id to run with
    -s, --signal            Signal to send to the command when exit it (default: 1, SIGHUP)
    -w, --cwd               Working directory to be set for the child program
    -a, --url-arg           Allow client to send command line arguments in URL (eg: http://localhost:7681?arg=foo&arg=bar)
    -R, --readonly          Do not allow clients to write to the TTY
    -t, --client-option     Send option to client (format: key=value), repeat to add more options
    -T, --terminal-type     Terminal type to report, default: xterm-256color
    -O, --check-origin      Do not allow websocket connection from different origin
    -m, --max-clients       Maximum clients to support (default: 0, no limit)
    -o, --once              Accept only one client and exit on disconnection
    -B, --browser           Open terminal with the default system browser
    -I, --index             Custom index.html path
    -b, --base-path         Expected base path for requests coming from a reverse proxy (eg: /mounted/here, max length: 128)
    -P, --ping-interval     Websocket ping interval(sec) (default: 5)
    -S, --ssl               Enable SSL
    -C, --ssl-cert          SSL certificate file path
    -K, --ssl-key           SSL key file path
    -A, --ssl-ca            SSL CA file path for client certificate verification
    -d, --debug             Set log level (default: 7)
    -v, --version           Print the version and exit
    -h, --help              Print this text and exit

Visit https://github.com/tsl0922/ttyd to get more information and report bugs.
[[email protected] build]#

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