[kde-solaris] Solaris 9 sparc KDE 3

Rolf Sponsel Rolf.Sponsel at kstr.lth.se
Sat Jan 31 23:36:21 CET 2004

Try running:

# find / -name libXrender -print

That should show you where your
libXrender is on your system.
- if you have it?

Then make sure the directory
where it resides is in your
LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment

That library is most likely
to be found among the rest of
your X-window libraries.

On a Solaris 7 system with
Xrender support (not part
of that system by default)
the lib might be found in
'/usr/X/lib'. If you have
such a directory in Solaris 9,
take a look there (alternative-
ly in '/usr/X11/lib').

An other location you might
check is '/usr/local/lib'.

If you can't find it anywhere,

% pkginfo | grep 'X Window'

to see which X Window pkgs
you have installed.

Also see 'man pkgchk' to make
sure they are all accurate.

If they are, you might be
missing some X Window pkg.

Probably named something
like 'SUNWxw???'

I don't have a Solaris 9
system accessible so this
is unfortunately all I
can do for you. Hopefully
someone with a Solaris 9
system can help if this
should not be sufficient.

Hope this helps!

Regards / Rolf

Michael Markman wrote:

> hi
> i have clean install solaris 9 sparc
> install kde 3 from companion cd
> can not start kde
> after ldd:
> libXrender.so.1 =>       (file not found)
> need help
> thanks
> michael
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