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Thread: nGhost 2.0.2 on Ubuntu 9.0.4 - 'make' issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sureshot324 View Post
    Here are the errors. Running ldconfig didn't help.

    root@louis-laptop:/home/louis# nghost
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:WARNING - WARNING: Duplicate Global Command 'name' found: subscribeToProgress
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:WARNING - WARNING: Duplicate Global Command 'name' found: subscribeToProgress
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:ERROR - npluginloader.cpp:load(42) - lt_dlopenext("") - file not found
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:WARNING - populate.cpp:SearchDir(62) - Failed to create the download plugin
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:ERROR - npluginloader.cpp:load(42) - lt_dlopenext("") - file not found
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:WARNING - populate.cpp:SearchDir(62) - Failed to create the download plugin
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:ERROR - npluginloader.cpp:load(42) - lt_dlopenext("") - file not found
    06/07/2009 01:45:34 EDT:ERROR - BaseDB: basedb.hpp:init(60) - Failed to load the database plugin
    did you compile with libsqlite3 development headers (libsqlite3-dev in ubuntu) ? nGhost will compile without it, but then you'll have no database plugin
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev000 View Post
    did you compile with libsqlite3 development headers (libsqlite3-dev in ubuntu) ? nGhost will compile without it, but then you'll have no database plugin
    Yup that package is installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sureshot324 View Post
    Yup that package is installed.
    the plot thickens... Can you paste me the output of `ls -l /usr/lib/nghost` (or maybe '/usr/local/lib/nghost') ?
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    I am getting the same error now... How did you solve it? =)

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