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Old 11-01-2004, 10:44 AM   #1
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gpm problem?


I've installed ldcc [Linux Direct Connect Client], which is a text UI for the direct connect protocol, on a FC2 system that runs in text mode only (no X). When I'm trying to lunch ldcc I get the following error, which I suspect is from gpm:
Code:
*** info [lib/liblow.c(328)]:
/dev/gpmctl: No such file or directory
*** err [lib/liblow.c(335)]:
/dev/gpmctl: No such file or directory
ldcc: error while loading shared libraries: ldcc: undefined symbol: _ZN11TDrawBuffer7moveStrEjPKcj
GPM version is:
Code:
[root@kenjiru root]# rpm -qa|grep gpm
gpm-1.20.1-49
Any idea?
 
  


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