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Wed Nov 22 13:08:09 UTC 2006
Michael W. Holdeman wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 November 2006 01:40, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
>> On Tuesday 21 November 2006 12:58 am, Rob Blomquist wrote:
>> > What you need to do is figure out what package or packages will provide
>> > these libraries. I usually just google them, and all my google queries
>> > point to glibc as the package you want.
>> It's complaining about fundamental core libraries that can't possibly be
>> missing. I know nothing about this "Oracle Callander" thing, but these
>> errors indicate a serious incompatibility between whatever this is and
>> the system he's trying to install it on.
>> I don't have enough information to offer any further suggestions about
>> this particular whatever it is he's installing, and have no idea if it's
>> possible to hack around this rather serious stumbling block.
>> I would bet it's a lost cause, but I'm a jaded, cynical pessimist.
> Could this be due to using sudo and not really running the script as root?
No. sudo IS really running scripts as root.
Much more likely, Calendar expects the libraries to be somewhere other than
the defaults on a Debian/Ubuntu system - you might need to play with
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