[Libtorrent-devel] Error loading shared libraries libtorrent.so.9
rsingelais2 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 23:28:44 UTC 2008
Charles Clark wrote:
>> | From: Rob Singelais <rsingelais2 at gmail.com>
>> | Currently in /usr/local/lib I have libtorrent.la, libtorrent.so,
>> | libtorrent.so.9 and libtorrent.so.9.2.0. Nothing showing
>> | libtorrent.so.11 that you said I should have.
> Ok; until one of the developers contradicts me I'll assume that
> has to do with the way libtorrent compiles on different
> operating systems. If you are sure the libtorrent.so.9 comes
> from your libtorrent 0.12.2 install, that is good enough for me.
> If the files are there and non-zero and correctly permitted in
> /usr/local/lib, and yet rtorrent complains that it can't link
> with them when you try to run it, then I have your probable fix
> although it is hard to be sure because I don't think you
> specified what OS you are using.
Makes me wonder why I don't have a libtorrent.so.11, I compiled this on
Debian and I'm sure I got the right source to libtorrent 0.12.2.
> Assuming you are using linux (what flavor/distro?), does it have
> the file "/etc/ld.so.conf" and possibly the directory
> "/etc/ld.so.conf.d"? If so, you should check ld.so.conf and any
> files in the ld.so.conf.d directory to see if they have the
> directory "/usr/local/lib" in them; if not then that is your
> To fix it (as root):
> echo "/usr/local/lib" >> /etc/ld.so.conf
I'm using Debian Lenny, I have /etc/ld.so.conf that includes
# libc default configuration
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