ld error with gcalctool

T.B. van der Molen tbm at home.nl
Thu Aug 29 04:18:15 PDT 2002


Dan Osterrath wrote:
> Probably libsocket.a? Or even libsocket.so.1 or something similar. Try again
> for i in /lib /usr/lib /usr/local/lib /opt; do find $i -name libsocket.*; done
> BTW: I even have no libsocket here and I have installed GTK2 too. So there 
> must be some other depoendency.

There's no libsocket.* in my whole file system. Probably due to an 
unlisted dependency as you said.

Well, I'll continue searching for the answer. If anyone's interested, I 
could post the solution here if I found one.

Anyway, thanks for your time.

Tim

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