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Hi I am porting application from unix to RHEL - 5.
Every thing is fine except libtiff library.
I installed the library "tiff-v3.5.5.tar.gz" and after succefull installation i ran the following command
I got the following error message
output.tif: Can not read TIFF directory.
The input file output.tif is fine and it gives following info when ran the same command in Cent OS.
[root@terienterpras libtest]# tiffinfo output.tif
TIFF Directory at offset 0x1e
Image Width: 200 Image Length: 144
Resolution: 150, 150 pixels/inch
Compression Scheme: CCITT Group 4
Photometric Interpretation: min-is-white
Planar Configuration: single image plane
Yes.. I cross checked it is installing without errors.
I am even upgraded with one of the version. It also upgrades the library fine.
I observed that libtiff will be installed during RHEL setup.
Is there any issues with built in version( come up with RHEL) or/and with my library (Downloaded).
I tried to uninstall the library but got some dependencies ( Libs related to ORACLE).