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Wed Mar 23 16:42:25 PST 2005
On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 18:37:13 -0600
"Ryan Lessl" <rmlessl at loyno.edu> wrote:
> Hey thanks for all your help, guys. You are the bombs.
> Gaim worked. I'll look at the ayttm also to see if I would
> like that one better. Should I be concerned about them
> Basically it all boils down to: I got the same error message
> that you got, Fernan:
> /usr/X11R6/libexec/aim: error while loading shared
> libraries: libXprt.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No
> such file or directory
> BTW can I get a gaim icon placed somewhere? I suppose
> that's not a ports question, and I probably could find the
> answer in the FreeBSD manual. If you force me to go search
> for the answer in there, I don't suppose I could hate you
> for it ;)
pkg_info -L gaim\* will tell you all the files installed by the port,
including icons (probably pngs or xpms).
> Also, just for reference or if you're interested:
> > > Then I tried the "rehash" command like it suggested in
> the online manual, but that > > didn't change the situation.
> > And the error was ?
> No error, it had just given me another command prompt
> > In the shell in which you did rehash, do a:
> > ls -l `which aim`
> > and then
> > `which aim`
> > If it doesn't run after the second command then send us
> the output of
> > the first.
> Here's what happened ("infinia" is me):
> infinia# ls -l 'which aim'
> ls: which aim: No such file or directory
> infinia# 'which aim'
> which aim: Command not found.
> infinia# which aim
> infinia# ls -l which aim
> ls: aim: No such file or directory
> ls: which: No such file or directory
No no, those aren't single quotation marks ( ' ), but backtricks ( ` ).
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