[GE users] installing sge master
alkhannak at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 16 15:29:36 GMT 2008
of course i know what's the distro because that how i chose the first
package it's OpenSUSE 10.2 and as i said the first package i mention it in
the last email is working (there's no doubt about it) but i chose the second
pakage from the second link where "Open Motif 2.2.4 Libraries OpenSuSE 10.3
for i586" but when i type ldd $(which qmon) it still doesn't find it
2008/12/16 Prentice Bisbal <prentice at ias.edu>
> Rafid Al-Khannak wrote:
> > Dear Prentice and All,
> > Thanks about all the instruction about which qmon and the others it was
> > working.
> > i already installed openmotif even before writting the email but the
> > package ( " openmotif-2.1.32-2_IST.i586.rpm
> > <
> > from this link
> > http://www.ist.co.uk/DOWNLOADS/motif_download.html) didn't contain
> > libXm.so.3 so i was searching for libXm.so.3 because that was the
> > problem (from the output i got) and i found a package it should work
> > with my linux os ( " openmotif22-libs-2.2.4-84.i586.rpm
> > <
> > from this
> > link http://rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=libXm.so.3) and
> > i copied libXm.so.3 at the same place where i copied libXm.so.2 and
> > libXm.so.2.1 but when i wrote ldd $(which qmon) it shows me
> > that all libraries except for libXm.so.3 it shows not found
> > could it be that the package i downloaded is not working with my os?
> > or how to download this libXm.so.3? or how to copy it (because i
> > followed the instruction in
> > oh and by the way when i tried to extract the file from the above
> > instruction it wasn't working (it tells me that this file cannot be
> > relocated) so i right click on the file and extract here but i copied
> > libXm.so.3 using the instruction and it was working could that be a
> > problem i also extract it in another place not /tmp/test (i'm only
> > talking about the second package with the libXm.so.3)
> > regards,
> > rafid
> Whenever possible, you should always install the RPM built and provided
> by your distro vendor over one you find using rpmfind.net, this will
> guarantee that it will work properly with your distro. You can't just
> install any OpenMotif package from rpmfind. You must make sure its for
> your distro - right down to the exact version.
> The best way to make sure you are using the right RPM is to use your
> distro's package management system. For Red Hat-based systems, yum is
> preferred command for this these days.
> I suggest you read the documentation for your distro and learn how to
> use it's package management system. Again, this is something that will
> save you lots of time and effort in the future.
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