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Old 07-14-2011, 04:42 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by gshank View Post
I got it working. I had converted to a tar.gz and moved the folder into place, because I was using a CentOS VM. Apparently I somehow missed the /usr/lib/libinkview.so in that process. Then it was having a hard time because of different curl linkages. So I switched to using Ubuntu and installing the deb. So far it looks good.
So, I finally got around to upgrading to this version of the SDK, and I'm having the same problems within a Slackware 13.37 distribution. The missing libinkview.so was easy to fix; you just have to run ldconfig as root after installing the SDK. However, I still have the curl linkages problem. I was able to get something working by replacing /usr/lib/libinkview.so with the one that came in the PBSDK/lib directory in the original SDK, and adding some extra static libcurl-related libs to LIBS in common.mk, but I would rather be able to use the FRSCSDK version of libinkview.so. Can anyone tell me what versions of curl and openssl they have on working systems?
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