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KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'
- Subject: KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'
- From: ciprian.badescu at alcatel.ro (Ciprian Badescu)
- Date: Thu Aug 19 07:37:06 2004
Search for libkdeprint.so.x or libkdeprint.so and make a symblic link from
libkdeprint.so.5 to that file. It's an ugly trick, but should work.
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004, Owen Gardiner wrote:
> Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 16:35:26 +0200
> From: Owen Gardiner <owen_(_dot_)_gardiner_(_at_)_gonwanda_(_dot_)_com>
> To: freebsd-questions_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org
> Subject: KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'
> I've installed KDE 3.23 on a machine running 5.21-release-p9 which has
> x116.7 from X.ORG installed.
> I try to start kmail and get a message window of:
> "KDEInit could not launch 'kmail'"
> If I copy the command properties of the kmail icon and run it from the
> command line:
> kmail -caption "%c" %i %m
> I get the reply:
> /libexec/ld-elf.so1: Shared object "libkhtml.so.5" not found
> Ditto when trying to run "kedit"
> from the command like I get:
> /libexec/ld-elf.so1: Shared object "libkdeprint.so.5" not found
> Everything on the machine has been installed from "ports".
> I've tried to do portupgrades and pkgdb -uf and portsdb-Uu but apart
> from seeing that some packages are ignores, some are skipped and one
> fails I'm none the wiser.
> I've reinstalled kde to see if I've managed to do some harm whilst using
> pkgdb -F. I "may" have wrongly answered some questions about "stale
> dependencies" when using it.
> Thanks in anticipation.
> P.S. I've searched the freebsd mail archives to no avail.
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