It seems my Ubuntu 9.04 is missing some needed packages, or I'm doing something wrong.
admin2@bllabubu:~/Desktop/Signature_Install$ source set_sig_path.sh
-bash: setenv: command not found
Is this causing ./configure to fail?
I also attached config.log and config.errors.
Many thanks in advance.
which brings me here:
I downloaded install.Linux32.tar
when I wanna execute:
./signature: error while loading shared libraries: libtiff.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
libtiff.so.3 is this library part of a bigger package cause I'm having trouble finding it
Have you tried any of the
In reply to which brings me here: by bchadmin
Have you tried any of the other executables? You might be missing a TIFF library, in which case you will need to install it on your system.
tiff library resolved! but...
In reply to Have you tried any of the by niko
command "sudo ln -s libtiff.so.4 libtiff.so.3" which basically creates a symbolic link ... libtiff.so.3 is found now...
but now the next thing:
./signature: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
lt dosn't work here :(
now I run signature (no matter which executable) it just hangs!
In reply to tiff library resolved! but... by bchadmin
Have you tried installing stdc++5 in Ubuntu?
Search for stdc++5 in synaptic package manager (System->Administration->Synaptic) and then mark and install it. Or use this console command:
sudo apt-get install libstdc++5
Hope this helps!
libstdc++5 is not available
In reply to libstc++.so.5 by Alexis
libstdc++5 is not available any more if you search for it BUT it installs with: sudo apt-get install libstdc++5
Thank you very much it's running fine now.
May this thread help ppl which want to use Signature on Ubuntu :)
The configure script appears
The configure script appears to have problems on several systems. This is why we also distribute executables. Please try using one of those.