[lug] kpilot on rh7

Scott A. Herod herod at interact-tv.com
Wed Jan 10 15:18:58 MST 2001

hashKey__6QGDictPCc looks to be a Qt object.  (What's the "T" mean?)

[herod at challenger herod]$ cd /usr/lib/qt-1.45/lib/
[herod at challenger lib]$ nm libq* | grep hashKey
         U hashKey__6QGDictPCc
         U hashKey__6QGDictPCc
         U hashKey__6QGDictPCc
000ce060 T hashKey__6QGDictPCc
000ce060 T hashKey__6QGDictPCc
000ce060 T hashKey__6QGDictPCc

Check that your /etc/ld.so.conf contains a line like:



"D. Stimits" wrote:
> charles at lunarmedia.net wrote:
> >
> > i am trying to get kpilot running on my rh7 box. i am running
> > gnome/sawfish for my wm. when i attempt to launch kpilot, i receive:
> >
> > kpilot: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/libkdecore.so.2:
> > undefined symbol: hashKey__6QGDictPCc
> >
> > i am just not familiar enough with how library calls work and what this
> > undefined symbol is referring to. anyone have some input for this one?
> >
> > thanks -cjm
> >
> Somewhere a function named something like "hashKey()" (arguments are
> based on the strange scribble 6QGDictPCc which is an abbreviation and
> possible mangling) was called, but never actually implemented anywhere
> that it could find it. I tried to look at my libkdecore with nm, but
> symbols were all stripped, so I can't track it.
> The short form is that probably libkdecore requires some function to be
> defined in another library, and it couldn't find that library.
> libkdecore is reporting it because it was the one that referenced it
> first, either as part of load procedure or as an actual call. It isn't
> unusual for some functions to be removed from a given library, and moved
> to another during version upgrades. It is possible the software was
> compiled on an earlier version and expects to find it there, or else
> another supporting lib is just missing. If it is due to your version
> being compiled somewhere different than the distribution being used,
> then recompiling from source will fix it; if it is due to the function
> just not being anywhere to be found, you'll have to figure out where to
> get it.
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