On Mon, Jan 14, 2002 at 04:31:34AM -0500, Chris wrote: > All I did was install libpng2, libpng3, libpng-dev and then > manually delete libpng.so.3 and replace it with a symlink > to libpng.so.2. Not ideal, but everything works for now. > Once the mess is resolved, just reinstall libpng3 package > and you'll be all set. THIS IS AN UGLY HACK. I repeat. THIS IS A DIRTY, UGLY, HACK. Please don't do this. I think the consequences of convincing your system that libpng3 is really libpng2 is obvious - subtle breakge. If you have done this, then I will ignore any and every bug report from you, because it's likely to have been triggered by this hack. Until, of course, you restore it. -- Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Thus, despite the Gates bravado, Windows NT on any platform cannot yet compete with the high-end Unix/RISC machines. Result: Prong two bent back, poking Microsoft in the other eye."
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