[arch-general] libtool(-multilib) and libltdl

F.Gr. francesco.groccia at poste.it
Mon Sep 12 11:59:22 EDT 2011

[2011-09-12T17:31 CEST]
Thomas Bächler:

> Am 12.09.2011 17:05, schrieb F.Gr.:
> > [2011-09-12T17:37 CEST]
> > Ionut Biru:
> > 
> >> On 09/12/2011 05:06 PM, F.Gr. wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I'm using Arch64. The latest updated for libtool(-multilib) and
> >>> libltdl breaks some software (transmission-gtk, emacs):
> >>>
> >>> "emacs: error while loading shared libraries: libltdl.so.7:
> >>> cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"
> >>>
> >>
> >> how did you managed to do this? if you update normally, you will
> >> have libltdl installed as a dependency of libtool
> > 
> > Yes, libltdl has been installed as a dependency. Have a look at
> > the following output:
> Did you use the '-f' option to pacman at any time? If yes, pacman
> might have screwed up when files were moved from one package to the
> other. In that case, reinstall libltdl (as the files seem to be
> missing, you want to reinstall libltdl anyway).

Yes, I've used '-f' option. Reinstalling libltdl, now works. To work
correctly, I had to remove libtool-multilib (because I've installed
multilib-devel package). I've made a mess! I won't use '-f' in the
future. :-)

Thanks to all.

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