Re: Kobo desktop (native)
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- Subject: Re: Kobo desktop (native)
- From: Beco <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 13:43:57 -0300
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On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 12:02 PM, Beco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> (1) Native
> PS. Errors:
> # dpkg -i kobo-desktop.deb
> (Reading database ... 308087 files and directories currently installed.)
> Preparing to replace kobo-desktop 2.1.3-1 (using kobo-desktop.deb) ...
> Unpacking replacement kobo-desktop ...
> dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of kobo-desktop:
> kobo-desktop depends on libusb-0.1-4.
> kobo-desktop depends on libpng3.
> kobo-desktop depends on libjpeg62.
> kobo-desktop depends on libzip1.
> kobo-desktop depends on libssl0.9.8.
> dpkg: error processing kobo-desktop (--install):
> dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
> Errors were encountered while processing:
Maybe this is the wrong way to do it, but I tried:
I downloaded squeeze packages:
I used :i386 (not sure why, looks like Kobo is i386).
Then finally I got it installed without errors:
# dpkg -i kobo-desktop.deb
Selecting previously unselected package kobo-desktop.
(Reading database ... 308041 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking kobo-desktop (from kobo-desktop.deb) ...
Setting up kobo-desktop (2.1.3-1) ...
Now starting the app gave:
/usr/local/Kobo/Kobo: error while loading shared libraries:
libicuuc.so.44: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
# dpkg --search libicuuc.so.44
dpkg-query: no path found matching pattern *libicuuc.so.44*
# dpkg --search libicuuc.so.48
So I tried the 48 version. But it still says it needs the 44...
Am I going the correct path?
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