A library is a collection of functionality that programs can use. They can be dynamically loaded by a program, or they may be compiled into the program.

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ldd shows library exists and is linked, program doesn't find it

Console Output: bitnami@linux:~$ sudo svnmucc propset svn:needs-lock 1 file:///opt/bitnami/repositories/Standard/Ipc/trunk -m "test set" svnmucc: error while loading shared libraries: ...
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Install userspace programs on server without root access

I would like to install some programs on my work development server because it is missing some programs I need for my day to day job. I don't have root access. What I did up to now is compiling the ...
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Debian libtiff4

I am trying to install a printer driver package (Canon Pixma MX437 cnijfilter-mx430series-3.70-1-deb) on my system running Debian 8.1 3.16.0-4-amd64 Jessie xfce. I get a dependency error that ...
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Using curl results in error: “Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libcurl.4.dylib …”

I had a few issues with the cURL library interfering with Homebrew. After hopefully removing the library (I no longer use it anyway), I started receiving errors whenever I used commands such as curl ...
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How to Fix Configure Error on Fedora?

The Problem/Error: checking for libxml - version >= 2.7.6... no configure: error: No supported version of libxml2 found. The above mentioned error occurs when I do: ./configure ...
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“configure: error: Package requirements (blkid) were not met”

I'm trying to build btrfs-progs from sources, but when I run ./configure I get the error: checking for BLKID... no configure: error: Package requirements (blkid) were not met: No package 'blkid' ...
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library for .desktop files [closed]

How can I read .desktop files without having to (re)invent the wheel?  Is there a Python or C library that is available in the Ubuntu repos?  Or something with a command line front-end that could be ...
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Manually installing libraries for cross compilation

I'm trying to cross compile a program with needs the -lgcrypt flag. I have copied the root filesystem of the machine I'm compiling for so that I have all the libraries which are needed to be able to ...
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libdnet is installed but can't be found by snort

I'm running Fedora 22 and just installed snort: sudo dnf install snort When trying to run it I get: $ snort snort: error while loading shared libraries: libdnet.1: cannot open shared object file: ...
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Installing perl modules

I was trying to install a perl module Future::Utils on my Ubuntu machine but didn't find the exact command. I tried this command but it didn't work: sudo apt-get install libfuture-utils-perl I have ...
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can't open rstudio in linux debian wheezy error 'GLIBC_2.14' not found

I get the following error when trying to run rstudio on my Debian: rstudio: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by rstudio) I've uninstalled and reinstalled R ...
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“symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libxfconf-0.so.2: undefined symbol: g_type_class_adjust_private_offset” after upgrading to Jessie

Just upgraded my dev system from Debian Wheezy to Debian Jessie, by the straight-forward method of changing sources.list and apt-get upgrade/dist-upgrade. Now I'm seeing failures when I try to log in ...
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“Cannot open shared object file” Error even though ldconfig is showning entry

I'm trying to run a older SIMetrix Version on Ubuntu 15.04 64bit (if there is a newer version of SIMetrix around tell me!). When I do it I get following error: ...
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set library path for current script [closed]

How can I set the library path for the current script that's running? I mean I don't want to list a new path for the libraries in a textfile. I tried it using export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$(pwd)/lib/ This ...
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libssl undefined reference to symbol 'SSL_load_error_strings@@OPENSSL_1.0.0'

With the following CMakeLists.txt (I tried to snip it AMAP) https://gist.github.com/pbertoni/29200833dc562ab6ee2c I got this error from make at linking time: /usr/bin/ld: ...
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Distributing app with .so files?

I'm trying to make a game in C with SDL and OpenGL. Q: Will my game run on computers without SDL installed if I ship the .so files in my game folder? I mean adding the .so files somewhere in the game ...
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How to check if a shared library is installed?

My question origins from my problem getting ffmpeg started. I have installed ffmpeg and it is displayed as installed: whereis ffmpeg ffmpeg: /usr/bin/ffmpeg /usr/bin/X11/ffmpeg /usr/share/ffmpeg ...
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Debian packaging: custom file extensions for lib* package

I'm a newcomer in debian packaging. Currently I'm making attempts to build deb packages from C++ (and Cmake configured) project providing some shared library. The problem is non-standard extension ...
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How can I run script without root to sniff network (libpcap)?

I have a script (in ruby): require 'ffi/pcap' pcap = FFI::PCap::Live.new(:dev => "wlan0", :timeout => 1) pcap.loop() do |this,pkt| puts pkt.body end When I try to run the script , I get ...
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CentOS 7 No package … available

(CentOS 7 64 Bits) Following these steps: http://freevps.us/thread-2789.html I get errors, anyone can help me please? STEP 2, running this command yum install libICE.so.6 libImlib.so.1 ...
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How do I add a program with a directory of dependencies to $PATH?

I want to add a program to my $PATH, but its code is split into various files that it imports at run-time from a lib/ in its root directory. projectRootDirectory ├ programBinary └ lib ├ someLibrary ...
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Is there any automatic tool for installing required libraries to compile a program from source?

I want to know if there is any tool that, given the output of configure, cmake, autoconf or whatever library/dependencies matcher you have; installs the required packages/sources for you from your ...
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How do I install some required libraries for a program without sudo?

I am trying to run a program on a computer running Red Hat 6.5. This results in the three following errors: "/lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found" "/usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6: version ...
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Arch Linux - make: error while loading shared libraries: libunistring

I keep getting this same error when trying to install various packages: make: error while loading shared libraries: libunistring.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory It's ...
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Linux Mint 13 Problem - No module named site

My Linux Mint 13 64-bit system has developed a problem. Whilst I can run basic commands like ls and vi if I try anything more complex (I have tried python2.7, mysql-workbench and addusr) I get:- ...
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Awesomenauts won't run on Manjaro

I'm using Manjaro, and when I try to launch Awesomenauts (a Steam game) from Steam, it does not launch. Steam shows that I'm playing it for a slight second, but then I go back to just being "Online" ...
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SEGFAULT error 4 in libX11 on another X display caused by War Thunder

I read tons of info about performance boosting for linux gaming. One of them is to run games on a separate X server. After hours of search and tries, I ended up with something "working" for most of ...
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Compiling LibSSH2 with specific LibSSL

I have downloaded and compiled the latest version of libssl, the result of which is located at /usr/local/ssl. I want to compile libssh2 using the files in this folder, and to do that I've set the ...
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Deleting a file object from a library

I've created a library with 3 file objects using: ar rv arhiva.a file.o file2.o file3.o Why I can't delete a file object from it? I've used ar xv arhiva.a file.o
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Running Chromium on ARM - Failed to load NSS libraries

TARGET: FriendlyARM mini210s / Linux 3.0.8 armv7l Cross-compiled for ARM using this workflow Install sysroot on target and tried to run Chrome # ./chrome [0122/142305:ERROR:nss_util.cc(981)] Failed ...
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error while loading shared libraries: libc.so.6: cannot open shared object file

I have a Linux kernel and I chroot it on /var/chroot: I added bash dependencies like so: ldd /bin/bash linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fff9a373000) libtinfo.so.5 => ...
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Skype Call Recorder in Debian 7.1: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found

I am trying to configure Skype Call Recorder in Debian 7.1, running Skype 4.3.0.37. Since there was no amd64 package for Debian, I am using skype-call-recorder-ubuntu_0.10_amd64.deb. The installation ...
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How to install the pylzma python library on Linux?

The pylzma library is a requirement for another tool that I would like to use. I am new to python and programming and have a few questions: I have already followed the procedure to download and ...
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where will the system search for dynamic libraries? [duplicate]

I want to know where the system will search for dynamic libraries. Let's take nxclient as an example. ldd /usr/NX/bin/nxclient gives me some output, for example libpng12.so.0 => ...
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Is it possible to call an executable's functions?

I want to find out whether it is possible to circumvent an executable's gui by calling the programs internal worker methods/functions directly. Assuming the executables are C/C++ programs with a ...
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Configuration Question for libgd-2.1.0 Install

OK, So I think I have zlib-1.2.8 installed on my Linux system correctly. I used the following commands to do this: ./configure --prefix=/usr2/lib2 --eprefix=/usr2/lib2 make make check make install ...
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Yum says dependency “ libltdl.so.3” is required, but it's already installed?

I'm a Linux noob and have spent a few hours trying to get ImageMagick installed. I finally got an old version uninstalled, but am struggling to get the newest version installed. When I run the ...
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shared object file open error with “sudo command” but NOT with “sudo bash” then same command?

I'm having a hard time getting my brain wrapped around how LD_LIBRARY_PATH is handled differently for the following three cases: run as a regular user run via "sudo command" run via "sudo bash" ...
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Lot of dependencies while uninstalling libimobiledevice2 library

I want to remove package libimobiledevice2 and install package libimobiledevice5. Unfortunately there is a problem: libimobiledevice2 has many odd dependencies. When I type: apt-get remove ...
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Configuring zlib for compiling and installation

I am trying to install zlib-1.2.8 from within "/root/tmp/zlib-1.2.8/" but I think my configuration options are incomplete. The configuration command that I'm using is: ./configure ...
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Common library for all linux distributions

I want to develop a C++ library that can be used on multiple Linux distributions like RHEL, Suse, Ubuntu etc... If I compile my source code into a .so (shared library) on one Linux environment(say ...
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Cannot Initialize RXTX drivers, in 64bit linux for Java SunSpot, gnu.io.RXTXCommDriver failed, although library binaries are present

I have some Java SunSpots (www.sunspotworld.com), The sunspots come with an SDK, which has a copy of all the needed libraries. I am able to build java application which use the RXTX driver to ...
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Getting segmentation faults from inside glib and gobject - I THINK I want to build/statically link against an independant version of glib2

I don't yet fully understand how segfaults and backtraces work, but I get the impression that if the function at the top of the list references "glib" or "gobject", you have Bad Issues(TM) with ...
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shared libraries error trying to run executable

I'm trying to run an executable off the command line in a linux cluster environment. The error message I get states libssh2.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I ...
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Why do some files of working packages return “not found” for some libraries of ldd's output?

I'm finding a bunch of stuff where working packages contain files where ldd returns "not found" for some libraries. For example... /usr/lib64/thunderbird/libprldap60.so libldap60.so => not ...
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How to use a custom library for certain programs?

Here's my situation. I'm running Centos 7, have the standard version of libcurl as provided by my package manager, and several programs that depend on libcurl. One of them is pycurl, a python ...
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I am getting an error while loading shared libraries libXm.so.3

I have installed a program called Swiss PDB. Upon running the program I get the error: /usr/share/SPDBV/bin/spdbv.Linux: error while loading shared libraries: libXm.so.3: cannot open shared object ...
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libGLEW.so.1.11: cannot open shared object file

I am trying to compile an opengl program which results in: error while loading shared libraries: libGLEW.so.1.11: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory compile: g++ -o ...
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Why does `libc6 ` depend on `libgcc1`?

I was going through the dependencies of some packages with apt-cache depends and found, that the libc6 package depends on libgcc1, which in turn depends on gcc-4.9-base. Shouldn't such a fundamental ...
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How to Fix Accidental Deletion of librpm.so.3

I was dealing with a series of duplicates in my Fedora 20 installation, and was deleting them 10 at a time. It seems however that I've deleted librpm.so.3 and now I get the following message with ...