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    Default Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    my OS is openSUSE 11.1 2.6.27.7-9-pae i686
    system is openSUSE 11.1 (i586)

    The following is what I get when I try to install lightscribe:

    lightscribe-1.8.15.1-linux-2.6-intel.rpm (could not be installed.)

    Details:
    subprocess failed. Error:RPM failed: error: Failed dependencies:
    libstdc++.so.5 is needed by lightscribe-1.8.15.1-0.i386
    libstdc++.so.5(CXXABl_1.2) is needed by lightscribe-1.8.15.1-0.i386
    libstdc++.so.5(GLIBCPP_3.2) is needed by lightscribe-1.8.15.1-0.i386

    where do I find these dependencies?
    RJ

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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    From a yast search rpm provides:

    libstdc++33
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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    I had gone thru Yast but couldn't find those files I never thought to look at the dependencies attached to things such as libstdc++33
    Thanks for the input, I just now loaded it and will soon find out if lightscribe loads and runs, Thanks alot!
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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    Quote Originally Posted by jonesrj View Post
    I had gone thru Yast but couldn't find those files I never thought to look at the dependencies attached to things such as libstdc++33
    Thanks for the input, I just now loaded it and will soon find out if lightscribe loads and runs, Thanks alot!
    You are welcome. Good luck
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    Well! ---- I've loaded "libstdc++33 I then loaded "lightscribe-1.8.15.1-linux-2.6-intel.rpm" seemed to go well I then loaded the Lacie program; "4L-1.0-r6.i586.rpm" and it seemed to load fine, however, I have no new application can't find the lacie program?

    Not sure whats up?
    RJ

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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    As far as your Lacie program is concerned you can do on the command line "rpm -q -l 4L" to find where the files were installed. You may need to make your own start menu entry for launching the program unless you intend to start it from the command line all the time..

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    Thanks! Thats what I did, went on a hunt and found it in /usr/4L.
    Ran the program and it worked perfectly, by the way I had the same problem in openSUSE 10.3 with "lightscribe simple labeler" Any way thanks for the info.
    RJ

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    How do I set up a start menu entry? What's the process? Sorry about beating this bush to death --but! Can't let it go until I have things set properly.
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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    Right click on the start menu and click the menu editor. I'm sure you'll be able to figure it out from there.

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    Default Re: Where do I find ( libstdc++.so.5 )

    Good Heavens! never new it was there, had never right clicked on the start menu. I now have it in my desktop Folder and it works perfectly. Thanks to every one who responded, not only have I solved my problem but have learned a great deal about openSUSE and how it works and does things, and that's a good thing.

    Thanks again
    RJ

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