OT: "libintl.so.1" not found
yann at kierun.org
Wed Oct 8 06:10:51 PDT 2003
Quoth Adrian Borowski on Wed, Oct 08, 2003 at 15:00:29 +0200
> sorry if this question is off-topic on this list, but I'm quite new in
> freeBSD world and I don't have any idea where to ask: I have 4.5-stable box
> and when installing from some ports there is output like this:
> /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libintl.so.1" not found
> What is missing or wrong?
$ sudo find . -name '*libintl*' -print
$ ldd programe-that-caused-the-error-name
The first one tells you where the libintl is installed and what version it
is. The second one tells you which version and where the programme is
looking for the library.
I had some problems with this when the library was updated by a port but
the dependency on other ports was broken. A quick ``ln -si'' fixed it
all. Yes, that's a hack. I should have re-built all the broken ports.
yann at kierun.org -=*=- www.kierun.org
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