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anisha@linux-dopx:~/tarBalls/qtFlash/bin> ./flashscript 
./flashscript: error while loading shared libraries: libqtnmedia.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

anisha@linux-dopx:~/tarBalls/qtFlash/bin> cnf libqtnmedia.so.2
libqtnmedia.so.2: command not found                                 

Is there a pattern somewhere? How do YOU install a .so file through the package manager?

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

Maybe with :

zypper what-provides libqtnmedia.so.2
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That was enlightening, thanks. But the output I received is No providers of 'libqtnmedia.so.2' found. does this mean that Suse's repository has NO support for this .so? – TheIndependentAquarius Aug 10 '11 at 12:09
Yes ... I've trying on my Fedora and i've the same output. Google isn't very "talkative" either about this library – Loïc GRENON Aug 10 '11 at 12:20
:) I realized, libqtnmedia is a part of QtitanMultimedia component and is already present in its zip file. – TheIndependentAquarius Aug 18 '11 at 10:09

I think zypper wp libqtnmedia.so.2 will do the trick.

zypper wp searches in packages by filename and displays where it is contained.

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