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[Staden] error while loading shared libraries: libtk_utils.so

DerekL via staden%40net.bio.net (by litthad.sci from ufs.ac.za)
Thu Jul 19 09:00:13 EST 2007


Hi All

I am not the first to experience this so a solution should be
available (although I do not have it)
I have 64 bit Centos 5 linux on my dual core AMD machine.
1. I have downloaded staden-linux-x86-1-7-0.tar.gz and unpacked in my /
usr/local directory
2. My .bash_profile is as follows

# .bash_profile

# Get the aliases and functions
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
        . ~/.bashrc
fi

# User specific environment and startup programs

PATH=$PATH:$HOME/bin:/usr/local/bin/blast-2.2.16/bin:/usr/local/staden-
linux-x86-1-7-0/linux-bin:/usr/local/staden-linux-x86-1-7-0/lib/linux-
binaries:/usr/local/bin/mira_2.9.8_dev_linux-gnu_x86_64/bin
export PATH

STADENROOT=/usr/local/staden-linux-x86-1-7-0
export STADENROOT
.$STADENROOT/staden.profile

TK_LIBRARY=$STADENROOT/lib/tk
export TK_LIBRARY

TCL_LIBRARY=$STADENROOT/lib/tcl
export TCL_LIBRARY

I persistently get the error
error while loading shared libraries: libtk_utils.so: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory

3. I have even tried placing the following in the path (see above)
/usr/local/staden-linux-x86-1-7-0/lib/linux-binaries

4. File permissions are not the problem

Is there a stupid mistake somewhere on my part? What am I missing?

DerekL



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