Hi Micha,

Here is my results

$ which kmymoney2
/usr/local/bin/kmymoney2
$

I'm surprised by this result, this is a forgotten compilation which disturb 
kmymoney2 0.9.3-1. Fortunately, I've discovered with your help what's wrong 
(newbie problem). 

KMM behaviour have changed with this 0.9.3 release because KMM haven't 
disturbed my setup before.

Sorry for the noise anyway. 

Closes: #521800
Closes: #521519

Regards,
Martial

On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:00:11 Micha Lenk wrote:
> Hi Martial,
>
> thank you for your valuable feedback. Unfortunately I can't reproduce
> your problem on my system (i386) here. But let's figure out why it fails
> on your system.
>
> Martial Paupe wrote:
> > Package: kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking
> > Version: 0.9.10-1
> > Severity: important
> >
> > KMM crash after the splash screen and pop up this message if I start KMM
> > from Command Line. Please see the call #521519 about kmymoney2 side.
> >
> > $ kmymoney2
> > kbuildsycoca running...
> > 7:2009/03/30 21-22-15:aqbanking(29920):started
> > 3:2009/03/30 21-22-15:aqbanking(29920):qbanking.cpp:  420: No Qt
> > translation found for your language en kmymoney2: symbol lookup error:
> > /usr/lib/kde3/kmm_kbanking.so: undefined symbol:
> > _ZNK14KMyMoneyPlugin6Plugin13viewInterfaceEv $
>
> The symbol _ZNK14KMyMoneyPlugin6Plugin13viewInterfaceEv is part of the
> shared library /usr/lib/libkmm_plugin.so.0.0.0, which is shipped by the
> kmymoney2 package. The question is, why does the dynamic linker on your
> system fail to find it? Can you please provide the output of the
> commands "which kmymoney2" and "ldd /usr/bin/kmymoney2"?
>
> Thank you in advance for your help.
>
> Regards
>   Micha





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