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I am new to Linux. I have Slackware 13.0. And I installed Opera with installpkg ,but Opera aint working. When I find it in application menu and click it it just loading for couple seconds and disapears. When I try to launch it from directory in Konsole i got something like this -
usr/lib/opera/opera: error while loading shared libraries: libqt-mt.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Do you have X running (i.e. do you have a GUI?)? Also, you shouldn't be using the root account all the time - this is a security risk. If you haven't created a regular (non-root) account for yourself yet, do this by running "adduser".
You probably want to run the install.sh script to put the files in the "right" place. You'll probably need to be root to do that. If you've already done that, then modify the script as the error message says.
Yabadabadoo.... Thank you. I got the problem. I runed the install.sh but it dint instaled libraries, becuse folder /user/lib/opera/10.10 existed, i did rm -r on that and runed agien install.sh and launched opera and it working.