64-bit Notepad2 crashes
susancragin at earthlink.net
Thu Dec 30 09:30:39 CST 2010
>On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 07:22:31AM -0500, Susan Cragin wrote:
>> >> ELF 7f3aa090b000- 7f3aa0c3d000 Export libwine.so.1
>> >>if you've compiled wine yourself, it's strange that libwine.so doesn't
>> >>contain any dwarf information
>> >>maybe you're loading another instance of libwine?
>> >>Eric Pouech
>> >I did a search of the file system.
>> >Under /usr/local/lib64 I have
>> >libwine.so (link)
>> >libwine.so.1 (link)
>> >wine [folder}
>> >Under /usr/local/lib64/wine I have
>> I purged wine yesterday and hand-removed all wine files I could find, including my repository and prefix.
>> And I downloaded yesterday's git.
>> And now I'm getting a different error.
>> wine: error while loading shared libraries: libwine.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
>> This error is for all wine commands, including wine --version
>> I have the same files under /usr/local/lib64
>> but under user/local/lib64/wine I have lots of so's and def's.
>Is /etc/ld.so.conf listing /usr/local/lib64 ?
>Did you try running "ldconfig" once?
No, it is not listing it.
It lists only:
Then I checked ld.so.conf.d, which is a directory containing the following conf files:
So, I compared those files to those generated with my 32-bit partition. The last file is replaced by the following:
i686-linux-gnu.conf and i-486-linux-gnu.conf
Then I ran ldconfig on the 64-bit, and then tried wine notepad.
I got the following error:
wine: error while loading shared libraries: libwine.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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