I'll give a try to both solution attempts proposed, many thanks to all of you!
I'll write back here the output of "uname -a" (I'm under Win here @work so I've got to wait until this evening)
and let you know if I solve or if I discover something more interesting...
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 19:32, Riccardo Merlotti <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi everybody, I'm trying to get gtkpod working after latest update in Arch.
The update came up with latest kernel, and now the "uname -r" command shows up:
I tried both to pull the git version and download and install the 2.1.0 version from the website, but in both cases after a successful (I suppose!) compiling process (./configure or ./autogen.sh, then make and finally sudo make install) I obtain the same result:
gtkpod: error while loading shared libraries: libgnutls.so.26: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I noticed with a locate that the situation for gnutls modules is as follows:
Maybe this is the issue? I finally noticed that symlinkig the .26 module in /usr/lib produces this error:
wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32I'm no expert on this error, but my guess is that gtkpod is compiled against version .26 for 64 bits, but you only have the 32-bit library for that version. You can verify by running file `which gtkpod` and also running file on the relevant libraries.I don't think the kernel version matters (if anything, the target architecture; try uname -a).
Any hep would be appreciated, if you need additional info I'm here for you.
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