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libXm.so.1 error and Amaya on Linux

From: Donnell Hughes <donnell.hughes@leros.net>
Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2000 03:06:36 -0400
Message-ID: <3962DE7C.6A0B7170@leros.net>
To: www-amaya@w3c.org

I am running YellowDog Linux (kernel 2.2.6-16bpmac) on a PowerPC 603e
chip.  I obtained, configured, compiled, and installed LessTif (v 0.91)
without incident.  I then obtained the source code for Amaya
(amaya-src-3.1.tar.gz).  I followed the directions outlined in the
README.amaya.  The configure, compile, and install seemed to go without
incident.  However, when I attempted to run Amaya, I got the following

 amaya: error in loading shared libraries: libXm.so.1: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory

I checked the Options file used during the make only to find that all
necessary paths were correct.  The LessTif install designated
libXm.so.1 as a link to libXm.so.1.0.2.  As a test, I copied the actual
file as libXm.so.1 but I still encountered the above error.   Please
note that this dependency error also kept me from installing a
precompiled version of Amaya 2.1 from an rpm.

Am I doing something wrong?  Any help is appreciated.

Received on Wednesday, 5 July 2000 03:01:24 UTC

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