missing on Ubuntu 8.10

  • Loek

    Loek - 2008-12-16

    I've installed bluezync4thunderbird 0.16 on Ubuntu 8.10. I resolved the missing by installing libxul-dev  but now I'm stuck.
    ldd  still tells me => not found is installed and normal bluetooth connections are going fine. Trying to install so.2 alongside with the package manager throws an error:

    Package libbluetooth2 has no available version, but exists in the database.
    This typically means that the package was mentioned in a dependency and never uploaded, has been obsoleted or is not available with the contents of sources.list

    Maybe that's not advisable anyway?

    How should I continue? Will a bluezync built from source work with ?

    Thanks for any advice!

    • KaarPoSoft

      KaarPoSoft - 2008-12-17

      I would not try to try any further to get blueZync 0.16 to work on Ubuntu 8.10.
      Current SVN "should" work with Ubuntu 8.10, although I have only tried with 8.04.

      • Loek

        Loek - 2008-12-19

        Should the SVN build work with calendar version 0.8 or even 0.9, or should I stick to 0.7 as mentioned here?


        • KaarPoSoft

          KaarPoSoft - 2008-12-19

          blueZync SVN should work with 0.7 or 0.8, but NOT 0.9.
          So, install calendar 0.7 or 0.8, and compile blueZync.
          At runtime, blueZync will work with the calendar version it was compiled for.

          • KaarPoSoft

            KaarPoSoft - 2008-12-30

            Latest version out of SVN should now support Sunbird/Lightning 0.9.

    • Loek

      Loek - 2008-12-18


      Thanks for your reply. I will try building bluezync from svn and report back here later.


    • Peter Ho

      Peter Ho - 2009-07-19

      I have the same problem as loek as is missing. I have lightning 0.9 installed. and I followed the instructions at

      ldconfig -p | grep bluetooth                                                                                                     
     (libc6) => /usr/lib/

      Any suggestion how I can solve this. Should I build it and not use the package provided. If so how can I remove the existing installation.



      • Harri

        Harri - 2009-07-28

        I have the same problem. I don't have but And I'm missing
        What to do?


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