mhaney at ercbroadband
Aug 27, 2009, 6:45 AM
Post #5 of 5
Volker Armin Hemmann wrote:
> On Mittwoch 26 August 2009, Duncan wrote:
>> Mark Haney posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:58:09 -0400 as excerpted:
>>> Th libjpeg.so.62 file is there (in /usr/lib32, it's part of the
>>> emul-linux-x86 package). It's up to date (the package is), so it can't
>>> be that (I don't think.)
>> emul-linux-x86 packages are all 32-bit, and that's in a lib32 dir as
>> well. That's not going to help you with 64-bit compiling at all!
>> Unless of course you're trying to compile KDE as 32-bit!
>> Volker is likely correct. FWIW, the package owning my libjepeg.so.62
>> here is jpeg-6b-r8 (there might be an update in the last few days, I've
>> not done one in a week or so). If you're running jpeg-7, as he suggests,
>> a revdep-rebuild is in order.
> 23.8 was the day I updates to jpeg-7 and -compat was not there. More
> correctly, it was not installed. A friend updated on Monday and -compat was
> there. So.. it's a bit muddy.
> You have two options:
> go without -compat. revdep-rebuilt will fix all breakage and you can go on
> go with -compat, revdep-rebuilt is not needed. But what lies ahead in the
What's really interesting about this is that once I re-emerge
kdelibs-4.3.0 everything compiled fine. I even fixed my problem with
Kopete not creating new chat windows.
The interesting part is that I had updated to jpeg-7 a while back and
had emerged kdelibs-4.3.0 yesterday morning. I shouldn't have needed to
/re-emerge/ it to fix that, it should have linked properly. At least I
think it should.
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