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I have tried several programs that are supposed to help recover corrupt files and photos. Among these are:
When I unpack the program, it is a single .sh install script that I run in a console and installation runs successfully. The installation places a binary executable in the /usr/bin directory from where I run it. Permissions are set to execute for all users, but when I try to run it I get the following error message:
darecall: symbol lookup error: darecall: undefined symbol: __ti7QWidget
where darecall is the binary executable for the datarecall-linux program.
I have searched several forums, Google, Teoma and the only thing I think may have some relation to this is my QT installation (I don't know why). I set my QT environment with export QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt-3.3 (which is my qt installation). When I query my qt packages I get:
Would anyone have a clue as to what the
undefined symbol: __ti7QWidget error means or how I can remedy this?