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Re: Newbie question! Missing libintl...
On Fri, Mar 03, 2000 at 08:44:12PM -0500, Michael Rowe wrote:
> I'm trying to install ncftp (from the 2.6 CD) with pkg_add. It
> installs ok, but when I try to run it, I get the following error:
> /usr/libexec/ld.so: ncftp: libintl.so.1.0: No such file or directory
Install the gettext port. Or better yet, check out the openbsd ftp
client. It supports tab completion, url downloads and sessions
(ftp ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/ and etc), HTTP downloads,
without an ugly curses interface, annoying "buy our ftpd" messages,
obnoxious bookmarking, and the like. Seriously. It rules.
> Ok, ok, I'm new to the whole BSD thing... so, is this some sort of
> libpath problem, or is the lib really missing? If so, where do I get
> it? This was a vanilla install of OpenBSD.
That's a missing dependancy. It's probably not necessary to install
gettext for ncftp to compile, but if it's there it's required. There
are several gotchas like this in the ports tree, unfortunately.
> In a similar vein, I'm also trying to get emacs going. It complains
> about a missing libXaw. I don't have X installed... is there something
> I need to do/install to make emacs work in console mode?
> Thanks for any light you can shed!
You'll probably want to compile that package yourself, or better yet
check out "mg" in -current. It's an emacs clone with most of the
scripting and all of the non-editor stuff stripped out.
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