I installed gnome+anjuta today and I had a problem running "anjuta". When ran anjuta I received the following error:
kellwood@deadface kellwood $ anjuta: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Looking at the pacman log, I noticed that openssl was recently updated.
deadface lib # grep openssl /var/log/pacman.log
[03/20/04 20:54] upgraded openssl (0.9.6l-1 -> 0.9.7d-1)
I then looked at the online package database and openssl is not listed as a dependency.
Is there an easy way to downgrade to openssl 0.9.6l-1?
rebuild anjunta using abs and then file a bug that explains that openssl is a dependency and that this package must be upgraded when openssl is.
It appears as though this bug has been filed.
I am not your friend
Thanks. I did a bit of reading regarding abs and makepkg and it seems that I can have a lot more fun with arch.
At present, I have two linux boxes with my main box being gentoo and my server in the basement being arch. I think I am soon going switch both to arch.
There was a new anjuta package posted today but unfortunately still had the same openssl issue.. I just rebuilt using abs and works fine..Hopefully this will get updated there is still an open bg report on it.
Worse than simple libssl is that it is asking me for both
libssl and xinerama !!