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hello everyone..i've just installing the wine program and it just end tou with sorta problem it says that wine: error while loading shared libraries: libntdll.so: cannot load shared object file: ...
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    wine problem


    hello everyone..i've just installing the wine program and it just end tou with sorta problem it says that

    wine: error while loading shared libraries: libntdll.so: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory

    why huh???i don't know anything to do with this???can anyone help me to figure it out to solve that god damn lib anything dll....i'm taking about half an hour to install that damn wine and it end like this...pleasezzz some help me??....

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    How did you install wine? Was it a RPM or did you compile it from source. See if you have /usr/lib/libntdll* or /usr/local/lib/libntdll*. On my system it was libntdll.dll.so, which might explain why it wasn't found.

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    yeah i compiling wine from source file it is wine*.src.rpm the /usr/local/lib/libntdll.so locate at that place so what is the problem???maybe config or sumthin' else?

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    Have I got you right? Do you have a file named /usr/local/lib/libntdll.so?
    I'm at work right now, so I can't answer your question, I just want to know if I understood you.
    Also, the problem is probably in the config, in that case. I'll check it up as soon as I get home.

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    If it is in /usr/local/lib, the possibility is that you distribution doesn't look for shared objects there. Check your /etc/ld.so.conf, and if /usr/local/lib isn't there, add it and run ldconfig.
    If it still doesn't work, try renaming the file to libntdll.dll.so

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