libtermcap.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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this will print a list of actual paths,
its notmal to see lots of attempted opens but atleast one should be in the right place.
again, if non of the atempts are in the right place, fix with a symbolic link.
as for ldconfig, i may be wrong, but i think ldconfig is only used to locate library's when you are compiling from source, im assuning you installed this program from a binary rpm or somthing similar.
Hello, I know this is an ancient thread, but it came up in a google search and I wanted to let qwijibow know that his ldd suggestion helped me big time. I have been looking for some kind of utility like that and didn't realize it was standard. Thanks!