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Old 02-22-2006, 11:57 AM   #1
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avgscan "relocation error" "undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2"

I recently installed AVG Free, for Linux. Unfortunately, not too long after, my system locked up (due to an XMMS plugin). I ran a reiserfsck, which told me I have to run "--rebuild-tree". After doing so, AVG no longer works. I have not discovered any other problem.

I have tried uninstalling, and reinstalling AVG. As well as using a different RPM.

Does anybody have any idea as to what might be causing such an error.

avgupdate: relocation error: avgupdate: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2

avgscan: relocation error: avgscan: undefined symbol: __dynamic_cast_2

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