gpa-0.6.0 compile and run problems

Miguel Coca
Tue Feb 4 13:23:01 2003

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On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 17:32:53 -0500, Shridatt Sugrim wrote:
> Hi, I've never used a PGP type prog before, and GPG looked Like a good
> place to start.
> I compiled gnupg-1.2.1 and installed it succesfully, as well as
> gpgme-0.4.0. I also seemingly compiled gpa-0.6.0. When I try to run gpa
> though, I get an

GPA 0.6.1 was released last week. I think you should try it :-)

> I'm running debian, if that's of any use.
> Is GPA looking for this lib in there wrong place? how do I find out where
> it's looking? how can I tell it where to look?

By default, in Debian, the dinamic loader does not look for libs in
/usr/local/lib, so you have to tell it to do so manually. As far as I
know, there are several ways to do it:

        - Add /usr/local/lib to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment

        - Add /usr/local/lib to /etc/ and run ldconfig.

Hope this helps,
Miguel Coca (      
       OpenPGP: E60A CBF4 5C6F 914E B6C1  C402 8C4D C7B6 27FC 3CA8

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