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I'v started the thread Sigc++ just before so rtorrent should work. But look here, more problems... woppido... Okey, so I start to write rtorrent in bash just to see what ...
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    I'v started the thread Sigc++ just before so rtorrent should work. But look here, more problems... woppido...

    Okey, so I start to write rtorrent in bash just to see what happens, and there it is. NOTHING! more than an error message that sound like this :

    rtorrent: error while loading shared libraries: libtorrent.so.9: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    and that libtorrent.so.9 is something I just dont find anywhere, and dont know if there is any search mode in linux. anyways, plz help me.

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    You need to install rtorrent, unfortunaly I didn't find any Slackware package, however you can compile it from source or give me your email and I will send you mine.
    You can also search for .deb or .rpm and extract the missing library.
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    I'v added u on msn.. but still wanna wrote this if someone else has the same problem.

    I have installed rtorrent! :P and libtorrent to, its just when write rtorrent in bash, I get that errormesseage thats up there.

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    maybe you just need to symbolic link the library to the correct name, post the output of
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    ls /usr/lib | grep torrent
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