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Article ID: 221 - Last Modified: June 6, 2011

I get the following error message on starting Maestro. What does it indicate?

/home/user/myinstall/maestro- v90111/bin/Linux-x86/maestro:
/lib/tls/libpthread.so.0: version `GLIBC_2.3.3' not found (required by /home/user/myinstall/mmshare-v18111/lib/Linux-x86/librt.so.1)
Maestro: Error initializing Maestro

These errors usually indicate that there is a library mismatch. We have seen reports of this error coming from a number of Linux systems that we do not support, such as Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSUSE 11, etc. The problem seems to be related to glibc incompatibility.

It has been found that renaming, removing or changing permissions (to make them unreadable) for the following librt.so.1 libraries usually resolves the issue.

$SCHRODINGER/mmshare-v18111/lib/Linux-x86/librt.so.1
$SCHRODINGER/mmshare-v18111/lib/Linux-x86_64/librt.so.1

Keywords: Maestro , error , initializing , library mismatch

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