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  1. #1
    Will Honea NNTP User

    Default library not found running 32-bit app under x86_64

    Trying to run bitpim. It's a 32-bit app and I'm using x86_64. Normally, I
    have no issue with 32-bit apps but this one is crapping out looking for
    libpng.12.so.0. The 64-bit version, from package libpng12-0, is in
    /usr/lib64/libpng12.so.0. linux32 is installed.

    How do I force the program into looking there?

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    Default Re: library not found running 32-bit app under x86_64

    Quote Originally Posted by Will Honea
    Trying to run bitpim. It's a 32-bit app and I'm
    using x86_64. Normally, I have no issue with 32-bit apps but this one
    is crapping out looking for libpng.12.so.0. The 64-bit version, from
    package libpng12-0, is in /usr/lib64/libpng12.so.0. linux32 is
    installed.

    How do I force the program into looking there?
    Hi
    You need to install libpng12-0-32bit.

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  3. #3
    Will Honea NNTP User

    Default Re: library not found running 32-bit app under x86_64

    malcolmlewis wrote:

    >
    Quote Originally Posted by Will Honea
    Trying to run bitpim. It's a 32-bit app and I'm
    > using x86_64. Normally, I have no issue with 32-bit apps but this one
    > is crapping out looking for libpng.12.so.0. The 64-bit version, from
    > package libpng12-0, is in /usr/lib64/libpng12.so.0. linux32 is
    > installed.
    >
    > How do I force the program into looking there?
    >
    >
    > Hi
    > You need to install libpng12-0-32bit.
    >


    Thanks. That raises 1 more question: YAST wants to replace the 64-bit
    package when I select the 32-bit. Will zypper install just the
    libpng12-0-32bit without mucking up the 64-bit verion or do I just press on
    with YAST?

    I also misread the abort info - I need another package as well so maybe that
    will pull things in.

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  4. #4
    Will Honea NNTP User

    Default Re: library not found running 32-bit app under x86_64

    Will Honea wrote:

    > malcolmlewis wrote:
    >
    >>
    Quote Originally Posted by Will Honea
    Trying to run bitpim. It's a 32-bit app and I'm
    >> using x86_64. Normally, I have no issue with 32-bit apps but this one
    >> is crapping out looking for libpng.12.so.0. The 64-bit version, from
    >> package libpng12-0, is in /usr/lib64/libpng12.so.0. linux32 is
    >> installed.
    >>
    >> How do I force the program into looking there?
    >>
    >>
    >> Hi
    >> You need to install libpng12-0-32bit.
    >>

    >
    > Thanks. That raises 1 more question: YAST wants to replace the 64-bit
    > package when I select the 32-bit. Will zypper install just the
    > libpng12-0-32bit without mucking up the 64-bit verion or do I just press
    > on with YAST?
    >
    > I also misread the abort info - I need another package as well so maybe
    > that will pull things in.


    Never mind - looks like I need to look at the source. The missing stuff is
    all python and looks to have some hard coded version stuff. This is getting
    complicated but I'll grab the source and see wtf is going on. A little
    practice at rebuilding won't hurt - much.

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  5. #5
    Will Honea NNTP User

    Default Re: library not found running 32-bit app under x86_64

    Will Honea wrote:

    > Never mind - looks like I need to look at the source. The missing stuff
    > is all python and looks to have some hard coded version stuff. This is
    > getting complicated but I'll grab the source and see wtf is going on. A
    > little practice at rebuilding won't hurt - much.


    Man, was I ever naive! The last Sourceforge rpm was built in 2010 against
    python 2.5. Then it got sticky... At least 5 other packages with both
    python and gtk version dependencies will be required. Maybe I'll pass on
    this one...

    Any recommendations for an app to interface with an LG cell phone via USB?

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