Ciprian Badescu wrote:
Search for libkdeprint.so.x or libkdeprint.so and make a symblic link from libkdeprint.so.5 to that file. It's an ugly trick, but should work.
-- Ciprian Badescu
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004, Owen Gardiner wrote:
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 16:35:26 +0200 From: Owen Gardiner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'
I've installed KDE 3.23 on a machine running 5.21-release-p9 which has x116.7 from X.ORG installed.
I try to start kmail and get a message window of: "KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'"
If I copy the command properties of the kmail icon and run it from the command line:
kmail -caption "%c" %i %m
I get the reply:
/libexec/ld-elf.so1: Shared object "libkhtml.so.5" not found
Ditto when trying to run "kedit" from the command like I get: /libexec/ld-elf.so1: Shared object "libkdeprint.so.5" not found
Everything on the machine has been installed from "ports".
I've tried to do portupgrades and pkgdb -uf and portsdb-Uu but apart from seeing that some packages are ignores, some are skipped and one fails I'm none the wiser.
I've reinstalled kde to see if I've managed to do some harm whilst using pkgdb -F. I "may" have wrongly answered some questions about "stale dependencies" when using it.
Thanks in anticipation.
P.S. I've searched the freebsd mail archives to no avail. _______________________________________________
There's LOTS of files not found. I don't understand it as I've tried a portupgrade I have made 20 or so links so far. I'll try portupgrade with a few more switches thrown in for good measure as I can now see which port needs upgrading (kdelibs-323_1)!
Trying portupgrade -k and it seems to be doing the trick. I wonder why it failed or skipped the kde* ports without the "-k" switch.
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