> * =C3=A8 Command/Error Message:
> [root@... rsync]# /opt/rsyncrypto/bin/rsyncrypto filetje filetje.enc
You have not reached this problem, yet, but your command line is wrong.
Read the man page for rsyncrypto. There are examples in the end of it
that will help you get started. This is simply me anticipating the next
problem, and has nothing to do with your current problem.
> error while loading shared libraries: libargtable2.so.0: cannot open
> shared object file: No such file or directory
That's because you installed argtable into /opt, and it is not in your
library search path. You can add it permanently by editing
/etc/ld.so.conf and running "ldconfig" (as root), or for a single
invocation by changing the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable. Read
the man page on ld.so for more info on that.
I'll just mention that /opt is designated by the FHS for programs
installed by third parties (i.e. - neither you, the machine
administrator, nor the distribution). The standard place to install
self-compiled files is /usr/local, which is also the default configure
uses when you don't tell it anything else. Add to that the fact that, at
least on my system, /usr/local/lib is already defined in
/etc/ld.so.conf, and you'll see that the best course of action for you
is probably to remove the installations you did from /opt, and recompile
both argtable and rsyncrypto, but without passing any "prefix" arguments
Out of interest, what variant of Unix are you using that doesn't have