Originally Posted by archtoad6
Which pkg. mgr.?
I.E., which of the many Debian package managers are you using? Your choices include, but are not limited to:
Knowing which tool you are using may help us figure out what is going wrong & tell us how to tell you how to fix your problem.
Also, which version of which desktop (Gnome, KDE, etc.)?
IIRC, .so files are headers needed for development work & are usually found in -dev packages. How are you using your package manager to search? -- I had no trouble finding the following, both w/ KPackage in Etch-based MEPIS 7.0, & on http://packages.debian.org/:
Have you installed any of these -dev packages?
I did NOT find anything at all to do w/: libplc4.so
, at least, appears to be a legitimate file name as Google turns up plenty of references to it:
OTOH, your post is the only reference to liblcls4.so
I kind of hate to ask this -- I don't want to be rude or insulting -- BUT, is there any chance there is mistake in these names in your post? -- Did you copy them from an error msg. & paste directly into LQ, w/ no typing involved?
Possibly these last 2 are not separate packages, but rather files that are part of other packages. Maybe, if you can solve the libglitz.so.1
part of the problem, libplc4.so
will take care of themselves.