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Help installing

Postby stetson » Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:55 pm

I've loaded jBase application and I am installing on my Linux MINT ver Nadia system.

I am getting the following error message:

CREATE-FILE: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I am told I need openssl098e installed using apt-get command. I've run as follows:

'sudo apt-get install openssl098e'

No luck completing command. Do I need to get via ftp?

I'm new to LINUX and need some guidance.


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Re: Help installing

Postby DrHu » Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:25 pm ... directory/
--some research for the error, try idconfig, as shown in the link

The problem, you no doubt recognize has to do with that package installation: jbase
--carefully read the requirements and any documentation from the vendor..
    Also that package has other requirements in that it is a java installation , and it seems to require a KORN shell (not bash, which is the default for Linux distributions..)
    You must have the korn shell (ksh) installed before you install jBASE for Linux, or the installation will fail. In addition, many of the shell scripts included in jBASE for Linux require ksh.

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Re: Help installing

Postby xenopeek » Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:39 pm

libcrypto is already installed, but it is a newer version. You should be able to fool the application by creating a link to this newer version, called ''. First, check what current file you have:

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On Linux Mint 14 64-bit that responds the following (on 32-bit it will be somewhere else):

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Then you can create the link by going to the directory that has the file (from the output of above command):

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cd /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu

And then running this command to create the link (first the name of the file as output by above command, then the '' name):

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ln -s

This may or may not work, depending on whether the application you are trying to run is 64-bit or not. If it is 32-bit, you would first install the package libssl1.0.0:i386 and this will install the library to '/lib/i386-linux-gnu/'. And then you would run the above commands the same way, except replacing the 'x86_64-linux-gnu' part of the path with 'i386-linux-gnu'.

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