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#1 2004-03-13 15:51:16

trey
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From: Alpharetta, GA
Registered: 2003-10-18
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Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

I'm getting the following error when trying to run sylpheed-claws on my Arch 0.6 machine:

sylpheed-claws: error while loading shared libraries: libpisock.so.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Can someone help with this?
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#2 2004-03-13 15:53:52

sarah31
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Re: Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

well by the looks of it one of the build depends may actually be needed as a run depends. you need to find out which package owns that file and install it essentially.


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#3 2004-03-13 16:30:03

trey
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Re: Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

I'm able to start sylpheed-claws after installing pilot-link and gnome-pilot.  I don't know if both were required, but I installed them both. 

Perhaps this will help someone else.

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#4 2004-03-14 00:21:16

neri
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Re: Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

trey wrote:

I'm able to start sylpheed-claws after installing pilot-link and gnome-pilot.  I don't know if both were required, but I installed them both. 

Perhaps this will help someone else.

:oops:  :oops:  :oops:  :oops:  :oops:  :oops:
shame on me, my mistake, I tried to expand the functionality a bit. So that
sylpheed will be able to read jpilots adressbooks. Then i unistalled jpilot and
it still worked. So i missed that another dependency was required, namely
pilot-link. Gnome-pilot ist not required. I will solve that on monday since I
won't have access to my build box until then. I got a e-mail about that issue.
This why i got informed. Just to let you know, to file a bug report is probably
the best way to inform about broken packages.

Any ideas, keep jpilot support or skip it? Someone likes/hates it?

bye neri

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#5 2004-03-14 02:41:14

sarah31
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Re: Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

personally i like the lightness of sylpheed-claws and was very disappointed when the previous forced users to swallow fancy apps for function many of us may not need.

i would say though asking here would only give you a small unbalanced set of opinions. maybe see what other distros do if it appears to be a common add on then by all means included it. it would be nice if it could be more of a modular function (*can* make use of jpilot stuff if the user has one and jpilot stuff is installed but not  force a user without one to have to swallow depends they may not want)


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#6 2004-03-14 11:41:46

neri
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Re: Getting error with most recent sylpheed-claws (0.9.10-1)

sarah31 wrote:

personally i like the lightness of sylpheed-claws and was very disappointed when the previous forced users to swallow fancy apps for function many of us may not need.

i would say though asking here would only give you a small unbalanced set of opinions. maybe see what other distros do if it appears to be a common add on then by all means included it. it would be nice if it could be more of a modular function (*can* make use of jpilot stuff if the user has one and jpilot stuff is installed but not  force a user without one to have to swallow depends they may not want)

Hi sarah,

thanks for input. Let's continue talking on the other thread. ->
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?p=18391

bye neri

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