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Re: Installing LilyPond on FC4 x86_64

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Installing LilyPond on FC4 x86_64
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 10:07:23 +0200
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I think your problem is a general Linux issue, nothing specific
to Ghostscript or LilyPond. When you start a program, the loader
looks for libraries that have to be loaded dynamically. A number
of directories are searched by default, including /usr/lib/ and /lib/.
Read the man pages for ld.so and ldconfig and possibly some FAQ for
your 64bit system to learn how to make the loader search in the
desired directory.


Dario Castellarin wrote:
I'm trying to install LilyPond using the i386 rpms provided on the website, but when I run ghostscript it complains about libcrypto.so.4 and libssl.so.4 missing. Actually, I installed them with the openssl097 64bit rpm, but they're located in /usr/lib64, not /usr/lib, that is where probably the ghostscript rpm is looking. Fedora doesn't seem to provide the (pretty outdated) openssl097 32bit rpm, so in my /usr/lib there are libcrypto.so.5 and libssl.so.5. Is that fixable? How can i make the ghostscript rpm pointing at the right libs?
Any hint would be appreciated, many thanks!


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