my amule doesn't work
it shows me
amule: error while loading shared libraries: libbfd-2.20.1-system.20100303.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
who can help me with it
on 10/12/2010 – Made popular on 10/12/2010
During the last update of amule a small mistake was introduced which wouldcreate the amule user as a normal user instead of a system user, this wouldresult in that user being shown at the KDM login screen.Users affected are only those who installed or upgraded amule between Feb 24 andFeb 26.
hii install amule from the official package,and set up the amule.conf as the wiki ,and i set Temp/Incoming dir to ~/.aMule/Temp&Incoming.i start the amuled service,it works .i can connnect with amulegui,but the Temp/Incoming dir still is the default /var/lib/amule/.aMule/.i checked the amule.conf,no problem. and the ~/.aMule/Temp&Incoming is in my home dir.
In order to test whether it would build and run if built against amule-daemon only, you would need to make a separate PKGBUILD for that as it's included in the amule package (as usr/bin/amuled) in the Arch repos. The AUR kamule PKGBUILD has amule as a dependency so you would need to change that to the new amuled or amule-daemon package.
I am trying to upgrade Autosys to r11.3.5 how ever while running the setup i am getting below error , I went through some of the Known errors , found to command the export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL parameter , which i did however didnot work . Could some pleae look into this asap.
Today, I wish to give aMule a try. So I installed aMule from Ubuntu Software Center.
After it was installed, I click the download link. But nothing's happen.
So, I log-out and log-in. And repeat the process, but it still nothing is happen.
When in Windows, everytime I click the download link, the aMule will always show up.
I guess Ubuntu will do that also.