First of all a cordial greeting, and I downloaded the v5 MEDUSA4 to install on a system with 32bit kubuntu 11.04, and run the. sh installation without problems when trying to run the program only a black screen for a few moments and then nothing. Decided to try the console and run. / satartmedusa getting the following error:
/ opt/medusa4_personal_v5_0/medcolraster/m2d/run/draft: error while loading shared libraries: libtiff.so.3: objetc can not open shared file: No such file or directory
I first made a libtiff.so.3 locate my system and not got the file but if I have the libtiff.so4 Trying so solve the issue try creating a virtual link as follows:
ln-s / usr/lib/libtiff.so.4 libtiff.so.3
But still throws the same error probably did not know how to edit the virtual link or if there is another solution greatly appreciate your support in this regard without further reference to and is waiting soon response of you
Your command makes a link in the current directory which may not be in the list used for shared library searches. Try changing directory to < product root>/medsys/med/share then use the command. < product root> is the directory where you installed medusa.
Greetings grateful for your prompt reply told him that try removing the link had been created prior to the unlink command console then try to create it with the location you described in my case will quwe
Congratulations you have solved my problem with the dynamic link and now I can finally start testing this promising tool for finding technological emancipation. Grateful to so useful forum and we will contact you and have a partner for it.
[quote author=achu91 link=1305291451/6#6 date=1307004342]Finally i have solved my problem. after installation i typed sudo ln-s / usr/lib/******/libtiff.so.3 / usr/lib/*****/libtiff.so4
where **** is the directory name where libtiff.so.4 is present...
[/quote] I found that you presented the command back to front in that the TARGET (libtiff.so.4) and the link name (libtiff.so.3) were in the wrong places. Also as I'm using Kubuntu 12.04 (64 bit) I had to create the link in the 32 (i386)bit area. Then Medusa4 started OK.