The other applications seem to work well. I think also that I made errors with pkgdb -F .
Is there a way to fix this ?
Do you think that a portupgrade of all packages could help ?
How would I recover the correct dependency lists if I corrupted them with pkgdb -F?
In the worse case how could I get rid of all my ports and pkgs and rebuild them from scratch without messing the system ?
On Wednesday 24 December 2003 12:47 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi,
I've been upgrading from 4.7 to 4.9 recently. Unfortunately I forgot to
make world for a while , after having cvsuped (sys and ports). In the
meantime I installed several ports and things were not going too bad ,
but in some cases I had to ignore error messages (e.g. with Qt). It's
after having tried to ugdate pkgconfig without success that I realized
my errors. The port refuse to install and several applications that use
ld-elf.so.1 abort complaining "Shared object lib***.so.4 not found",
where *** can be "SDL", "intl", for instance.
Now I used "make world" correctly but this failure persists. I'm afraid
many ports won't work well or even install. What can I do?
Thank you in advance and merry Christmas!
I don't know what the SDL is but libintl.so.4 was created by an old version of
gettext. The current version produces .so.5. You need to rebuild all of them.
I image SDL is also one of your out of date references.
-- Kent Stewart Richland, WA
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