FreeBSD Port: xmonad-0.9.1_1
gpagnoni at gmail.com
Mon May 3 09:31:12 UTC 2010
Yep, that was exactly the problem. Removing the executable in
~/.xmonad makes xmonad start up correctly now.
Much thanks for helping out
2010/4/30 Gabor PALI <pgj at freebsd.org>:
> On 04/30/10 19:39, Giuseppe Pagnoni wrote:
>> xmonad crashes on startup with the following error message:
>> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libgmp.so.8 not found, required
>> by xmonad -x86_64-freebsd
>> the xmonad dependency on libgmp was not updated in the port's files
>> to follow the recent libgmp bump.
> It was updated, just check it out at the right place .
> On 04/30/10 20:29, freebsd-ports at coreland.ath.cx wrote:
>> This might have something to do with the way that xmonad recompiles
>> itself and saves a copy of the binary in your $HOME. Have a look in
>> ~/.xmonad, I think...
> Yes, that makes sense I think. What happens if you simply remove the xmonad
> binary in ~/.xmonad?
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