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Re: Ubuntu

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: Ubuntu
Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 00:07:58 +0200
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I am no expert for Ubuntu and I normally don't use GNustep from packages. With that said I think that you are facing two different problems. NO idea what goes wrong for the self compiled ProjectCenter, but the error message you get for the packaged one sounds as if you don't have GNUstep back installed at all. Or if you have that installed, you may have a .GNUstepDefaults file lying around from an older version and there have a hard coded reference to libgnustep-back-018.bundle. The best thing to do is to find out what version of back is actually installed on your system and make sure that the defaults file points to that.

Hope this helps

On 21.05.2011 19:36, Daniel Boyd wrote:
As far as I can tell, GNUStep hasn't worked properly in the last 3 versions
of Ubuntu (including 11.04) amd64.

I am using the GNUStep packages from Ubuntu's repository.

I just downloaded and compiled ProjectCenter 0.60.  It compiles fine, but
when I try to run it, I get an error:

Downloads/ProjectCenter-0.6.0$ openapp ./ProjectCenter
Downloads/ProjectCenter-0.6.0/ProjectCenter.app/ProjectCenter: error while
loading shared libraries: libProjectCenter.so.0: cannot open shared object
file: No such file or directory

When I try to run the version of ProjectCenter in the Ubuntu repository, I
get this:

2011-05-21 12:34:05.481 ProjectCenter[4340] Did not find correct version of
backend (libgnustep-back-018.bundle), falling back to std
2011-05-21 12:34:05.691 ProjectCenter[4340] NSApplication.m:304  Assertion
failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable to find backend back
ProjectCenter: Uncaught exception NSInternalInconsistencyException, reason:
NSApplication.m:304  Assertion failed in initialize_gnustep_backend.  Unable
to find backend back

Gorm and SystemPreferences give similar errors.

I haven't been able to get anything (Gorm, SystemPreferences, etc.) running
on the two previous versions of Ubuntu either (10.10 and 10.04).

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