[SOLVED] libgcc_s.so.1 must be installed for pthread_cancel to work
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Distribution: pclos2016, Slack14.1 Deb Jessie, + 50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
# 7 .
$ cd Deneb**/
$ grep -Rin classpath *
Binary file deneb_TRIAL_linux matches
Binary file rt/jetrt/libxlink760.so matches
Binary file rt/lib/resources.jar matches
Binary file rt/lib/rt.jar matches
rt/lib/logging.properties:15:# Note that these classes must be on the system classpath.
... Looks like it's hard coded into the executable deneb*, etc.
... Which means you will have to execute the start script in the Deneb*/ folder.
Your post #1 says ""I have installed a binary called deneb"".
Does it mean that the application originally was installed on another OS ? ?
And that your DENEB is a copy ?
Note : DENEB works OK on my Fedora 19 : No java is installed.
I also never had such problems installing DENEB on fedora. This has occured this time.
What I do is:
1. download the trial version from the website,
2. I copy it in a directory called DENEB
2. I change the binary file mode: chmod +x DENEB_1.26.0_trial_SiesPlug_Linux_setup.bin
3. Then I execute ./DENEB_1.26.0_trial_SiesPlug_Linux_setup.bin
4. I type yes and . to install it
5. I run ./run.sh
Is there anything I am doing wrong?
I never received a compain on libgcc 32bits or java before !!!!!!!!!!