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  1. #1

    Ld_library_path?????


    Hey

    Im trying to install several things, each time it cant find loads of different librarys. I have them all in /usr/lib. how do I fix this. If I export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib it does nothing, Its setting it, I can echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH

    whats going on?

    thanks

    Joe

  2. #2
    better to put them in /usr/local/lib or /opt/lib then add that path to /etc/ld.so.conf and run 'ldconfig' as root to update your dynamic shared library cache..

  3. #3
    yeah, I tried that and it still cant find the librays

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    I have tried all the obvious things, exporting new paths, adding to /etc/ld.so.conf, ldconfig, rebooting, all of the above as root. Just dont understand what is left to try?

  6. #5
    Why are you manually inserting libraries anyway? you should never need to do that

    thats probably why nothing is working for you

    what software are you attempting to install?

  7. #6
    Im not trying to manual insert librarys, this is a clean, fresh install of slackware 11, Im trying to install the java compiller and the win32 codecs. I have not tryied to install any other software since installing slackware. If I try to install anything, it says that I am missing a load of librarys, these are all present in /usr/lib so im just trying to point to them using enviroment variables.

  8. #7
    Well,

    you don't need to touch $LD_LIBRARY_PATH, or ldconfig, or anything like that for what you're trying to do.

    Just place your codecs in /usr/lib/win32, and install the JRE or J2SDK package from the slackware CD, which will install to /usr/lib/java

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