ports/137617: security/libgcrypt: error: shared library "gpg-error.0" does not exist

Joseph Lenox lenox.joseph at gmail.com
Fri Aug 14 03:50:04 UTC 2009

The following reply was made to PR ports/137617; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Joseph Lenox <lenox.joseph at gmail.com>
To: stan at dosonresorthotel.net, bug-followup at FreeBSD.org
Subject: Re: ports/137617: security/libgcrypt: error: shared library     
  "gpg-error.0" does not exist
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 22:46:28 -0500

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 I'm pretty sure the issue is either with libgpg-error or libgcrypt, not 
 --Joseph Lenox
 stan at dosonresorthotel.net wrote:
 > Dear FreeBSD,
 > Thanks for your prompt repl and sincere assistance.
 > I think the bugs come from the port of ImageMagick. When I installed the
 > FreeBSD 7.2 without updating te ports, no errors occur, but after updating
 > the ports, the error code 1 happens.
 > Thanks and regards
 > Stanley
 >>> could not reproduce your problem.
 >>> It looks something might have gone wrong while building
 >>> security/libgpg-error.
 >>> Could you please delete libgpg-error-1.7 and start over again?
 >> I've attempted the same build with the same issue. According to
 >> libgpg-error, everything compiles and installs fine. However,
 >> libgpg-error's
 >> package does complain that libgpg-error.so.0 doesn't exist in
 >> /usr/local/lib
 >> on a deinstall attempt. libgpg-error's install script does not attempt to
 >> make libgpg-error.so.0.
 >> I've done a full delete (clean, distclean, make) for libgpg-error.
 >> Looking at an older version of the ports tree (libgpg-error-1.6), I see
 >> that
 >> libgpg-error.so.0 is being built, but libgpg-error.so.5 is not. I
 >> symlinked
 >> libgpg-error.so.5 -> libgpg-error.so.0 and libgcrypt compiled. I then ran
 >> a
 >> check over it and all of the tests passed.
 >> I'm going to call that a workaround. I'm not sure where the fix should be
 >> applied -- should libgpg-error create the check for the difference in
 >> filename and symlink a .so.0, or should libgcrypt accept either file?
 >> -- Joseph Lenox
 >> --
 >> "Nothing unreal exists." - Kiri-kin-tha's First Law of Metaphysics.
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