Ymessenger on 5.1
peter at servplex.com
Mon Jul 7 06:24:53 PDT 2003
If you haven't already done so, try installing the COMPAT libs...
I've found that installing them makes those pesky little lib*.so* errors go
Why FreeBSD doesn't install them as a default is beyond me.
At 07:39 PM 7/4/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>I've tried using the FreeBSD port from Yahoo (ymessenger-0.99.19-1.tgz)
>following their instructions and then tried using a couple of different Linux
>binary's. I keep getting the message that it can't open shared object
>libintl.so.2.. I did see something about this problem when I first got on the
>list a cople of months ago but a search of the archive doesn't turn up
>anything. Can someone give me a hand?
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