No, I haven't run them consecutively in the same Konsole window (although
separately) but I have run both under identical circumstances. I normally
don't run Xvoice from a terminal, but this time, I needed to see the error
message. My guess is that the executable in /usr/local/bin wants to find the
libraries in /usr/local/lib, which wasn't in my ld.so.conf. Adding it and
running ldconfig made no difference. Placing a symlink
to /usr/lib/libvtbnfc31.so in /usr/local/lib didn't help either. I have just
run /usr/bin/xvoice in the same Konsole. It started normally, and the
messages were perfectly normal: Environment set; version No. and grammars
The next experiment must be to uninstall the RPM temporarily and configure
abgdf's package with Mandriva's default prefix=/usr, then compare the
results. As I said earlier, I am not so much surprised at this result, as at
not getting the same message with my setup. It seems to happen with just
about every other installation.
On Mon, 27 Mar 2006 11:04 pm, Jessica Perry Hekman wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 27, 2006 at 01:28:16PM +1000, Doug Laidlaw wrote:
> > "usr/local/bin/xvoice: relocation error: /usr/lib/libvtbnfc31.so: symbol
> > errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time
> > reference."
> > I am still puzzled about why I don't get that message with my working
> > installation. /usr/local/bin is in my PATH. Perhaps I need to update my
> > LD_LIBRARY_PATH, which at present is empty.
> Just to be sure -- have you run both versions of xvoice in the same
> terminal window, to make sure your environment is the same for both?
> Anyways, the problem is not that it can't find xvoice in /usr/local/bin;
> the problem has to do with /usr/lib/libvtbnfc31.so. It's finding it okay,
> but it seems to be surprised by something inside it -- another glibc
> conflict -- but as you say, why would it work for one version of xvoice
> and not the other?
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