[Shotwell] Problems with libraw when compiling Shotwell 0.9
david.velazquez08 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 21:41:08 PDT 2011
Evening all! In attempting to compile the latest Shotwell I seem to have to
run into a road block. I successfully (I say that because I saw no errors)
compiled the latest vala, gexix2, and libraw 0.13.2 and then built Shotwell.
All of the above happened with no errors or anything to indicate that
something went wrong.
In attempting to run Shotwell I'm greeted with,
dave at debian ~/Build/Shotwell/shotwell-0.9.0 $ shotwell
shotwell: error while loading shared libraries: libraw.so.2: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
I'm not exactly sure what thats saying (except that it can't find
libraw.so.2 where it's looking). libraw.so.2 is actually present in
/usr/local/lib as are libraw.so and libraw.so.2.0.1. It is not present in
/usr/lib/ but adding it there seemed to make no difference even after
building libraw and shotwell again.
All of the above were compiled in my home with ./configure, make, sudo make
install. I believe that everything Shotwell needs should therefore be
present in /usr/local.
Is it possible that something is being all funky due to a previous version
of libraw on the system? It was removed prior to me attempting this, but I
thought I read somewhere that things like this could happen because of
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