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Old 22nd July 2009
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Exclamation Shared object not found 'libwrap.so.4'

Hello all,
I come begging for help as my freebsd 6.2 server has just crashed on me. It seems it had restarted itself around 9am today, and came back with 'unexpected soft update inconsistency' which I fixed by running fsck. It's now back up and running. However both sshd and inetd are both not working due to the following error:
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libwrap.so.4" not found, required by "sshd"
and the same is said about "inetd"

locate libwrap shows it in /usr/lib. However I looked in that directory and it is not listed just the link libwrap.so -> libwrap.so.4

What is the easiest way to restore this file?

I appreciate any help anyone can offer.
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