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About install problem with librpmio

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Sum_James, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. Sum_James

    Sum_James Guest

    i try the install Plesk,
    but the system report the error message

    error while loading shared libraries: librpmio-4.1.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    What should i do to fix this problem.

    and i'm using the SuSE 10.1
  2. jbeevers

    jbeevers Guest

    Yup...me too. A little help would be greatly appreciated. I'm new to linux.
  3. DiLDoG

    DiLDoG Guest

    I've got the same problem. It seems it's because plesk 8 isnt compatible with suse 10.1 yet.

    "This suggests to me that you may have either mixed up SuSE versions in packages that you are trying to install, and you are possibly mistakenly trying to install a SuSE-10.0 version of a package. Note librpmio-4.1 is associated with SuSE-10.0, while SuSE-10.1 uses librpmio-4.4"
  4. mlatzel

    mlatzel Guest

    You can make SuSE 10.1 backwards compatible by adding symbolic links to the new librariy files.

    1. make sure rpm is installed using yast

    2. goto /usr/lib and execute:
    ln -s librpmio-4.4.so librpmio-4.1.so
    ln -s librpmbuild-4.4.so librpmbuild-4.1.so
    ln -s librpm-4.4.so librpm-4.1.so
    ln -s librpmdb-4.4.so librpmdb-4.1.so

    3. run the installer.