So it is possible that one is conflicting with the other?
Attached is the dir list and both libggi.conf.
From: ggi-users-bounces@... [mailto:ggi-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Peter Rosin
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2008 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: [ggi-users] Problems setting up LibGGI
Saud Khan skrev:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ggi-users-bounces@...
[mailto:ggi-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Peter Rosin
>> Sent: Monday, May 12, 2008 1:26 PM
>> To: ggi-users@...
>> Subject: Re: [ggi-users] Problems setting up LibGGI
>> Saud Khan skrev:
>>> Hello people,
>>> Hope you are doing fine.
>>> I’m trying to set up LibGGI on two different machines. The installation
>>> went fine, however, I am unable to run a simple GGI demo that I wrote on
>>> either machines.
>>> Attached is the log generated via GGI_DEBUG=255.
>>> Any help is much appreciated.
>> I would be nice if you could describe the machines so that we can guess
>> what targets might be available. ggi-log.txt indicates that display-x is
>> present but unfortunately the file appears truncated, please retry with
>> GGI_DEBUGSYNC=1 in addition to GGI_DEBUG=255 so that the log file is
>> flushed after each write (in case it was some crash that caused the
>> trunction). ggi-log2.txt indicates that no target works, so for that
>> machine it's extra important to know which target you expect to work.
> Hello Peter,
> I'll try to get a complete log for the first machine.
> For the second machine, I am expecting target-x to work since I'm in X and triggering this through terminal. That is how it works on the 3rd machine.
> The second machine is running Xubuntu and libGGI and libGGI-target-x was installed using Synaptic. However, I noticed that X.so is not present in /usr/local/lib/ggi/display. I tried downloading the source and installing it that way but the results were the same.
> I guess there is something wrong with the target-x? How can I figure out what is wrong with it?
A missing X.so is (of course) fatal for display-x (the name of the X11
target). A cursory google indicates that Synaptic is just another frontend
to the package manager and it seems strange that X.so should appear below
/usr/local when installed from an official(?) package. A more natural place
would be /usr/lib/ggi/display, methinks. So this smells like a failed
attempt to build a local libggi, that is now interfering with the distro
But in order to completely eliminate the distro, we need to know where we
can find a listing of the content of the Xubuntu libggi .deb.
It would also be good to know if you have anything below /usr/lib/ggi and
if you have anything in /etc/ggi. Also, do you have anything in
Further, can you please attach the libggi.conf files from the etc
directories if you have them?
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