I'm getting the following error when running: You are missing the following 32-bit libraries, and Steam may not run:
libgcrypt.so.11 (in a pop up window).
I'd like to implement some features of libgcrypt in my program, but it is currently running on Windows, OSX, and Linux (Arch/Xubuntu), so I can only really do so if I can build it for all three platforms.
I ran into this today (the cannot find libgcrypt error), and for certainty I reinstalled linux-lts after the big update, and the second mkinitcpio didn't give these errors.I believe this may be due to systemd being updated simultenaously with libgcrypt, with linux-lts being squeezed in the middle:[...]
Packages (30): cryptsetup-1.6.3-2 dirmngr-1.1.1-2 ffmpeg-1:2.1.2-1 gdbm-1.11-1 gettext-
On a fresh ubuntu install (12.04, x86_64). After gnome-shell installation, I've tried to install some extensions from extensions.gnome.org but got no result. I've tried with Firefox and Chromium and got the same issue.
1- open any extension page on extensions.gnome.org
If a directory /foo/bar/baz has 700 (rwx------) for its permissions, thereby making it inaccessible to all but its owner (and the superuser), does it matter what the "group" and "other" permissions are for the directories and files under /foo/bar/baz?
What motivated this question is that I noticed that the files
in a freshly-installed Debian system have 644 (rw-r