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Thread: gnucash on opensuse 12.2: ERROR: file: "libguile-srfi-srfi-1-v-3", message: "file not found"

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    Default Re: gnucash on opensuse 12.2: ERROR: file:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickfell
    Hi all,
    Unfortunately installing libguile-srfi-srfi-1-v-3-3 helped me only a
    few days.
    I did an update on Sept 18, some components of libguile were updated
    and
    now GnuCash won't start -> I don't get beyond the splash

    the terminal gives:
    > gnucash

    gnc.bin-Message: main: binreloc relocation support was disabled at
    configure time.

    WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to:
    /run/user/ralf/keyring-chVysw/pkcs11: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht
    gefunden
    Backtrace:
    In unknown file:
    ?: 0* [primitive-load-path "slib/guile.init"]

    <unnamed port>: In procedure primitive-load-path in expression
    (primitive-load-path name):
    <unnamed port>: Unable to find file "slib/guile.init" in load path

    what do I need to do or downgrade?

    Hi
    Have a look here;
    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=780827#c18

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    Default Re: gnucash on opensuse 12.2: ERROR: file:

    Thanks Malcolm,
    I read through the bugreport -> zypper in --force guile1 helped and made GnuCash working again.

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    Default Re: gnucash on opensuse 12.2: ERROR: file:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickfell View Post
    Thanks Malcolm,
    I read through the bugreport -> zypper in --force guile1 helped and made GnuCash working again.
    Phew! ​I really give you thanks, Malcolm.
    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. - Arthur C. Clarke

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