From: Christopher B. Wright <wrightc@ub...> - 2005-12-30 13:13:24
Yesterday I decided to install the 64 bit version of
Kubuntu on my laptop. When I went to install the
autopackage of Inkscape 0.43 an error occurred when it
tried to download and install autopackage itself:
"autopackage/libexec/autosu-gtk: error while loading
shared libraries: libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory"
This suggests to me that it's a problem with my
machine trying to install autopackage, not with how
Inkscape's specific package was set up -- however
because there had been a problem in the past with some
of the development build packages I wanted to check in
and make sure.
(Currently the kubuntu apt-get resources only contain
the 0.42 release, or I'd just that...)
Christopher B. Wright (wrightc@...)
From: Michael Moore <stuporglue@gm...> - 2005-12-30 15:54:06
> "autopackage/libexec/autosu-gtk: error while loading
> shared libraries: libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open
> shared object file: No such file or directory"
Does Kubuntu install the gtk libraries? Kubuntu is KDE, and I don't
think it installs gtk by default. I may be wrong as I'm more of a
Ubuntu person myself, but my guess is that if you install gtk-2.0 from
within Kubuntu (Kynaptic?) the autopackage would work correctly.
I don't have my Ubuntu box booted right now, or I'd check the actual
package name for you. Sorry.
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