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Error: libsybcsi_core29.so

Hello all

i install SAP ASE(version 16) on Ubuntu(version 14) and when i start the server the below error appears

(error while loading shared libraries: libsybcsi_core29.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory)

I googled it and make search with no result , so need your help

Note:- i use that guide (https://medium.com/@techrandomthoughts/installing-sybase-ase-16-on-ubuntu-16-04-f810ba8bc877) to install SAP ASE

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2018 at 08:51 AM

    Hello Mohamed,

    This type of error usually indicates that your environment variables are not set / sourced. If you log in as the 'sybase' user and source the SYBASE.csh in the installation directory, that would set your environment properly. So try :

    1. login as sybase

    2. cd $SYBASE

    3. source SYBASE.csh (Note: if you are using ksh, then execute ./SYBASE.sh )

    4. cd $SYBASE/ASE-16_0/install

    startserver -f RUN_<servername>

    Hope this helps

    Mehrab

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