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    Default Getting from Point A to CeltX?

    Hello everyone, newbie here. I'm having some trouble figuring out what I need to download and/or do to get CeltX running on my machine.
    What I've done already:

    **Installed openSUSE 11.2 (64-bit) via DVD
    **Updated all pre-installed libraries/programs via YaST
    **Installed CeltX 2.7 (x86-64) via YaST (Webpin)

    When I double-click/right-click->open CeltX, my machine thinks for a moment, then proceeds to do nothing at all. No errors, no messages, nothing.
    Keep in mind, the CeltX installation went smoothly. I re-installed twice to confirm.

    Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Getting from Point A to CeltX?

    Try running it from the command line, i.e. open a terminal and type celtx. You may see some message about a library not being present or suchlike. Post that here and we'll see what is wrong.

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    Default Re: Getting from Point A to CeltX?

    Mmmm, it posts different output on every start....Found out there's a problem with libjemalloc.so, so linked that from the celtx libdir, no go. Than added /usr/lib/celtx to ld.so.conf, ran ldconfig, no go either.
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    Default Re: Getting from Point A to CeltX?

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Mmmm, it posts different output on every start....Found out there's a problem with libjemalloc.so, so linked that from the celtx libdir, no go. Than added /usr/lib/celtx to ld.so.conf, ran ldconfig, no go either.
    I'm getting the same response as Knurpht. I've been seeing a lot of forums saying that CeltX has been crashing since the latest upgrade, so I'm wondering if this is more of a support problem on CeltX's end.

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    Default Re: Getting from Point A to CeltX?

    Quote Originally Posted by The7ruth
    Knurpht;2166745 Wrote:
    > Mmmm, it posts different output on every start....Found out there's a
    > problem with libjemalloc.so, so linked that from the celtx libdir, no
    > go. Than added /usr/lib/celtx to ld.so.conf, ran ldconfig, no go
    > either.


    I'm getting the same response as Knurpht. I've been seeing a lot of
    forums saying that CeltX has been crashing since the latest upgrade, so
    I'm wondering if this is more of a support problem on CeltX's end.
    Hi
    I packaged that up three months ago as a test.... If you download the
    2.7 version from their website and unpack and cd to the celtx directory
    and run the command;
    Code:
    ../celtx
    Works fine here on SLED11 x86_64. The other option is to download the
    src rpm and rebuild that;
    Code:
    rpmbuild --rebuild celtx-2.7-5.1.src.rpm
    sudo zypper in /usr/src/packages/RPMS/x86_64/celtx-2.7-5.1.x86_64.rpm
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