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Re: "error while loading shared libraries: foo.so.0: cannot open shared
Re: "error while loading shared libraries: foo.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"
Mon, 17 Dec 2007 11:28:09 +0000
Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
> > I thought it did, but this isn't a linking problem (as
> > in /usr/bin/ld). The problem is loading a program at start up time
> > (when loading dynamic linked libraries).
> > It's only when a package builds its own libs which it dynamic links
> > to runtime, which isn't that rare.
> Without actually downloading and inspecting your package,
You don't have to, because it also happens with your own software,
GraphicsMagick, if you configure it with --enable-shared.
To see the error you'll probably need a fresh install of a GNU/Linux
distro, that hasn't got any GraphicsMagick libraries installed
anywhere, or do 'locate libGraphicsMagick.so | xargs rm' first.