Do you have the 32 bit version of libXp installed? It'll be libXp.i686 [by TrevorH]
The way to find out which package to install to get the missing file is, in this case, libXp.so.6 :
yum whatprovides "*/libXp.so.6"
... [by toracat]
currently i installed fedora 16 on core I3 desktop. after it i was interested to install xmgrace on it.
I am starting a fresh install of IBM Content analytic on RHEL 6.4, 64-bit. This installation requires some 32-bit packages - basically the 32-bit compat-libstdc++ libraries.
vooh@vooh-P61A-D3:~$ sudo apt-get install alien tcsh fam libxp libxpm libxprintapputil libxprintutil cpio rpm ia32-libs
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information...
It works, BUT it shoud be Lotus Notes 8.5.4 candidate 4 (avilable for selected cusomers and IBM'er only)
yum install libXp libgnomeprintui22 gnome-desktop
yum install libpng tcsh
it will install libpng 1.5 while Lotus Notes requires 1.2
run with --nodeps:
rpm --nodeps -i ibm_lotus_notes-8.5.4.i586.rpm notes854_SEAddon_linux_rpm_cd4_prod.rpm
do not install
I tried to run virtualbox today and F18 told me it was not there!! Which is strange as I have a couple of virtual machines. But, I searched and it ain't there.
I have one instance of Fedora 15 x86_64 installed on this computer.
I've recently performed 2 updates on my Fedora 19, but reviewing my list of installed packages I noticed that there are 3 versions of kernels installed
and obviously consuming
Okay, so heres my problem.
I recently started migrating several services to individual VMs on my box, using VirtualBox 4.1.
I created a new VirtualBox VM with guest type "Ubuntu (64 Bit)". I've already done this before and it worked like a charm.
I then installed unbutu server (12.04) from the exact same dvd image.