[Digikam-users] crashing after uptade
veaceslav.munteanu90 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 16:47:32 BST 2015
You cannot change the exiv library to 0.25 and hope that digiKam will
accept it ))
There are strict rules when program is linked and every single time
there is a library update, you must also recompile the program which
depends on it.
This happens a lot on my machine, when packages from repository are
updated, I need to recompile my digiKam, otherwise it does not start.
So you need exiv 0.25 corresponding libkexiv2-14 and digikam compiled
against these libraries.
On Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 5:38 PM, Gian Paolo Sanino Vattier
<gpsanino at vtr.net> wrote:
> Hi Remco,
> The problem is that DK 4.11 (posted in KDE:EXTRA) requieres a version
> of libkexiv2 that was built against libexiv2-13 (exiv 0.24) instead of
> libexiv2-14 (v0.25).
> Libexiv2-14 is available at "Graphics" among other repos included the
> one you proposed.
> But the most recent libkexiv2 (v 15.04.3) that I could find, is
> distributed by KDE:Applications repo, but is still built agains the old
> I posted the case as well at :
> I will check your second repo to see if there is a libkexiv2 built
> against libexiv2-14 rather than libexiv2-13. They should all have been
> posted together in KDE:EXTRA where Digikam 4.11 is being distributed.
> thanks a lot.
> On 07/07/2015 10:18 AM, Remco Viëtor wrote:
>> On Tuesday 07 July 2015 09:59:17 Gian Paolo Sanino Vattier wrote:
>>> Hi Remco,
>>> you are right, I saw them too. The problem is that you can install EXIV2
>>> 0.25 but digikam (in OpenSuSE 13.2_x86-64) does not use it. I did
>>> installed it and DK did no use of it at all.
>>> This is what I have found so far about how DK in opensuse deals with
>> And if you look here:
>> or here for the repository:
>> Of course, there's no guarantee that using that repository isn't going to
>> break something else...
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