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Old 08-24-2009, 08:11 PM   #1
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eco/linux-gnu-i686-ver-pre-svn-04/ undefined symbol: ECOMORPH_ATOM_MANAGED

I have been using enlightenment DR17 via OpenGEU and now via over top of UbuntuStudio since February or so... absolutely love it, and looking forward to the community growing now that packages are out...

I think I may have switched from easy_e17 installed to package-installed e17 and back too many times / uncleanly though, as I have the following two symptoms:

1. Even though, make, and make install all work without a hitch for both ecomp and ecomorph-e17 using the Stuff wiki steps (, the Ecomorph module refuses to load. Error message is the one given in the subject line. Ecomp seems to have been loaded and working as window transparency is functioning. (FYI, emerald is also decorating nicely).

2. Before I broke ecomorph module, it required a "Stop ecomorph" and "Start ecomorph" via the ecomorph gui before the settings were read/loaded right. Editing the .eet and scripts with ini and other modules didnt seem to make much difference. No matter what I tried, I had to stop/start before cube rotation would do its thing, for example.

I solved 1 by doing a manual delete of all /opt/e17/ and /usr/local/lib/<enlightenement files> /usr/local/bin/<enlightenment files> then installing e17 via debs from the repository. Solved #2 by reordering the lines in to do enlightenment_start -evil first, sleep 1, then then emerald, now cube rotates correctly right out of the box.

Last edited by fhteagle; 08-25-2009 at 07:54 PM. Reason: Solved
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