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Old 28th March 2012
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Default post-upgrade error | library pthread.13.3 not found

Hi everybody !!
A while ago, I upgraded my ibook using ftp (official main site ) .. everything went fine .. X works too .. but when I wanted to pkg_add dillo using the official snaphot PKG_PATH , I run into this error :

Can't install dillo-2.2p0 because of libraries
| library pthread.13.3 not found
| /usr/lib/libpthread.so.14.1 (system): bad major
| /usr/lib/libpthread.so.15.0 (system): bad major
some other dependencies installed successfully (png libiconv wget libidn gettext jpeg) .. is it a version mismatch ? what does 'bad major' mean ?

thanks for your help

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