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Re: Running LilyPond on Amazon Linux 2

From: Peter Anglea
Subject: Re: Running LilyPond on Amazon Linux 2
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 09:34:19 -0500

I think I got it fixed… recording this here for anyone else who stumbles upon 
the same issue as I did.

I downloaded an RPM containing, extracted the file, and put it 
inside LilyPond’s /usr/lib/ directory. I made sure to include the LilyPond 
directory as part of the include path for my function. Probably not the best 
long-term fix… if I update LilyPond in the future, I’ll need to remember to 
re-add libcrypt... but for now it works and my testing has generated scores 
without issue.

It should be noted that I am not a Linux pro, and am a little out of my depth 
on this one. So if there’s a more obvious fix, I’d love to hear about it.

> On Jan 11, 2020, at 12:07 PM, Peter Anglea <address@hidden> wrote:
> I’ve been running LilyPond on AWS Lambda for some time now, but recently have 
> been forced to upgrade my runtime from Node 8.x to Node 12.x due to Node 8.x 
> becoming deprecated. However, in my testing, LilyPond does not work in either 
> the Node 10.x or Node 12.x runtimes. I get the following error:
> lilypond: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open 
> shared object file: No such file or directory
> Note: I have been using the binary for GNU/Linux 64: LilyPond 2.19.83-1
> From what I can tell, the difference is that AWS Lambda’s Node 12.x runtime 
> uses the “Amazon Linux 2” distro instead of regular “Amazon Linux” distro 
> used with the Node 8.x runtime. Also, my research seems to indicate the error 
> is related to Amazon Linux 2 using a different version of openssl from 
> before… but that’s about the limit of what I understand.
> Is anyone else successfully running LilyPond on AWS Lambda Node 12.x? Is 
> there another binary better suited to that particular distro? Any other 
> suggestions for overcoming the error message above?
> Thanks in advance for any help. I’m kinda stuck here, but this mailing list 
> has proven helpful many times, so… fingers crossed! :)

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