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Re: FC2: KDE won't start up due to shared library error

I'll check thjat out, Andy.  I also had mplayer not start because it
couldn't find symbols in it's own library!

I'll definitely check out /etc/ld.so.conf and see what's going on.

I did have the installation hang last night, which meant I had to reboot
the machine and restart the upgrade.  Thankfully, anaconda picked up where
it left off. :)

But, I think it may have messed with the ld.so.conf library.

Thanks!, :)


> On Thursday 20 May 2004 09:57, bdw briandwright com wrote:
>> ksplash: error while loading shared libraries:
>> /usr/lib/qt-3.3/lib/libqt-mt.so.3: undefined symbol:
>> XkbSetPerClientControls
> I had a fascinating error like this last week, an undefined symbol in a
> truetype font library.  After several hours, I tracked it down to the
> contents of my /etc/ld.so.conf
> I had explicitly given the X library path in there, but NOT explicitly
> given
> the /lib and /usr/lib paths.  The result was that where libraries were
> duplicated, the first explicitly given path wins out.  I nailed my problem
> by
> adding /usr/lib at the top of my /etc/ld.so.conf and running ldconfig.
> (Boy
> that felt good!)
> Possibly this can be your problem?
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