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When i try to run "unRar" i get this : "rar: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory". How can i ...
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    When i try to run "unRar" i get this : "rar: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory".

    How can i install that library?
    How can i install pkgs with library dependencies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossiriss
    How can i install that library?
    Googling for "libstdc++.so.6" gives a lot of potentially interesting results - which is best for you may depend on how you want to install it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ossiriss
    How can i install pkgs with library dependencies?
    Probably the easiest way to do this in slackware is to download, install & configure slapt-get. If you then run
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    slapt-get --install PACKAGE
    (where PACKAGE is the package you want to install), it'll usually resolve dependencies for you.

    HTH
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    I tried so, but there is a problem.The slapt-get takes the packages only from ftp and http, i can't take then from local drive.

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    I hadn't realised you wanted to install a package you'd already downloaded. I don't know of a way that you can install a local package and have dependencies taken care of automatically, I'm afraid.

    Sorry I can't help on this
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