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So dpkg-query says liblash2 is installed but then
$ dpkg-query -listfiles liblash2
I'm getting my liblash2 package from FalkTX's PPA...
There seems to be something wrong there.
I'll try compiling it and see if it works...
Thanks a lot !!
2011/1/6 Gabriel M. Beddingfield
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Hi Gabriel,So dpkg-query says liblash2 is installed but then $ dpkg-query -listfiles liblash2/./usr/usr/lib/usr/lib/li=
getting my liblash2 package from FalkTX's PPA...
There seems to be something wrong there.I'll try compiling it a=
nd see if it works...Thanks a lot !!jy2011/1/6 Gabriel M. Beddingfield <email@example.com>
On Thu, 6 Jan 2011, jy wrote:
strange thing actually,
I just tried uninstalling/reinstalling hydrogen and liblash2
and now even though apt-get says liblash2 is installed, i can't find it=
$ sudo locate liblash
Don't use locate for stuff like this. =A0It's info that is cached d=
aily into a database.
$ ls -l /usr/lib/liblash*
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root =A0 16 2011-01-06 19:20 /usr/lib/liblash.so.1 -><=
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 9420 2011-01-04 21:05 /usr/lib/liblash.so.1.1.1
This means that liblash2 is not installed or not installed properly.
$ ldd hydrogen
ldd: ./hydrogen: No such file or directory
Sorry... should be...
=A0 $ ldd /usr/bin/hydrogen
=A0 =A0 -- or --
=A0 $ ldd $(which hydrogen)
...but that's no matter because it appears to be an installation issue =
looks like the documentation for liblash2 is there (even the deb in the
cache), but it's not installed.
I tried purging and reinstalling liblash2. it's still not here....
This will tell you if it's installed or not:
=A0 $ dpkg-query --list liblash2
If it's installed, this will tell you what files it provides:
=A0 $ dpkg-query --listfiles liblash2
If it says that it provides /usr/lib/liblash2.so.2.1.1 -- but the file is a=
ctually missing -- then you have an installation issue with liblash2.
Note that /usr/lib/liblash2.so.2 is always a symbolic link to the *real* so=