Scanning app 'vuescan' for Linux - has anyone installed/used it? (SOLVED)
john d. herron
paradox.herron at bluewin.ch
Tue Oct 20 05:53:41 UTC 2009
On 16/10/09 09:36, David Kuntadi wrote:
>> I am working with a Feisty distro (7.04), where libstdc++.so.6.0.9 is indeed
>> standard in /usr/lib.
>> It is the same libstdc++.so.6.0.9 (947.9 KB) present in Hardy (8.04)
>> But it doesn't seem to be the same as the not-found libstdc++.so.6 version
>> `GLIBCXX_3.4.9 that vuescan is complaining about?
> As Phil said vuescan run on Hardy, just replace whatever library it
> complain on Fiesty with the ones from Hardy's package using the above
> method. But why don't you upgrade to Hardy instead?
First, I copied Hardy's package to Feisty and then tried 'vuescan'
again. No joy.
So, day before yesterday, I followed your suggestion and did install
Hardy (albeit in a partition that doesn't give it much breathing space...).
Launched 'vuescan' in it and it runs as advertised. So this thread seems
to be SOLVED.
Yesterday, back in Feisty, I hooked up to SpiderOak to back up some
stuff... and just as I was nicely backing up they experienced a server
(But that's for another thread)
Thank you all, Nils, Perry, Ric and David, for helping out. It's nice to
find knowledgeable friends this way.
And it looks like I'll need more good counsel!!
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