Robert Huff wrote:
> Manolis Kiagias writes:
>
>   
>>  Where you performing an upgrade of an existing system?
>>  AFAIK libjpeg.so.* libraries get installed by the graphics/jpeg port.
>>  This was (fairly) recently upgraded, and if you did not follow the
>>  /usr/ports/UPDATING instructions carefully, you probably ended up with
>>  some dependent apps still linked to the old version of the library.
>>  
>>  In short, try the following (assuming you use portupgrade):
>>  
>>  portupgrade -fr graphics/jpeg
>>     
>
>       graphics/jpeg is a dependency for a _lot_ of ports.  (100+ on
> my system.)  Were I in  the OP's shoes, I'd run  pkg_info -R to find
> out which ones and feed the (edited) results through pkg_sort.
> Otherwise I might find myself rebuilding something like OpenOffice
> at an inopportune moment ....
>
>
>               Robert "thirty six hours and counting, tra-la" Huff
>
>   
I am afraid openoffice is indeed one of the packages linked to jpg..
In this case - and assuming this was caused by an improper upgrade of
jpeg - maybe the OP could simply  downgrade just the jpeg port to the
previous version. The current version provides libjpeg.so.10

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