xfce4 port expat/p5-XML-Parser problem
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Wed May 26 15:23:00 PDT 2004
On Wednesday 26 May 2004 23:02, John Murphy wrote:
> Thanks again Michael. It worked and the install completed. Seems there
> are still references to libexpat.so.4 though as I cant run an xfterm and
> when I close the session there is a libexec/ld-elf.so.1:Shared object
> "libexpat.so.4" not found error for every time I tried to.
> Would a make deinstall and make reinstall in /usr/ports/x11-wm/xfce4 fix
You can find out which port/package installed which file by doing pkg_info
-W /path/to/file. xfterm is installed by x11-wm/xfce - since you seem to
actually want xfce4 you should perhaps just deinstall xfce completely and use
xfterm4, which is xfce4's terminal application?
However, if you actually meant xfterm4, that belongs to sysutils/xfce4-utils,
so you should try reinstalling that (x11-wm/xfce4 is a so-called metaport
which exists mainly to facilitate installing a collection of other ports -
deinstalling and reinstalling it will not change/update any of the ports
which actually provide the programs/data).
However, sometimes you may find that even after recompiling, a binary still
references a shared library which doesn't exist anymore. This can happen if a
different shared library this binary links to is itself linked to the
nonexistent lib. You can find out to what libraries a binary is linked by
doing ldd /path/to/binary. You can then again find out with ldd which of
those libraries link to what other libraries, eventually finding the one
which references the obsolete library, which you can then find the respective
port for with pkg_info -W and recompile (of course you can also ldd and grep
your way through /usr/local/lib and /usr/X11R6/lib).
,_, | Michael Nottebrock | lofi at freebsd.org
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