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Old 3rd July 2009
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what have I removed that is causing the following error when I start UAE?

/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libxcb.so.1" not found, required by "libcairo.so.2"

EDIT -

actually, this affects GIMP too.

Where can I reinstall elf?
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You can reinstall ld-elf.so.1 by rebuilding it from the FreeBSD source code.

You do not need to touch elf. You need to upgrade software depending on libxcb.so.1 by relinking them against ibxcb.so.2 -- you would know this if you read the UPDATING file before you updated libxcb. It is possible to say use ibxcb.so.2 whenever ibxcb.so.1 is asked for, but you do not want to do this; the question you've asked explains why.


In short, it appears you upgraded libxcb -- and did not upgrade everything that requires the "old version", which was very well documented in the UPDATING file like so:

Quote:
Originally Posted by ports/UPDATING
20090123:
AFFECTS: users of x11/libxcb
AUTHOR: flz@FreeBSD.org

Libxcb shared library version was bumped from 1 to 2. You need to
rebuild any consumer of libxcb.so.1 or some applications will be
linked against two versions of libxcb once libX11 is upgraded.
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libxcb.so.1 is missing, not ld-elf.so (if ld-elf.so were missing you will be at dead end)
libxcb.so.2 is from x11/libxcb

Use portupgrade/portmaster next time.
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Right, well. Thanks for that.

What I would point out is that I've tried deinistalling, reinstalling GIMP from the ports also.

So am I supposed to have some kind of flag on my ports make install command?

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I ugraded all my ports through portmanager, to try and avoid such nastiness.
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Could someone please explain to me how to fix this please? Do I need to run the upgrade again, selecting libxcb.so.2 on a program to program basis?
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You need to rebuild everything that depends on libxcb.
Code:
sudo portupgrade -r x11/libxcb
if you are using portupgrade or
Code:
sudo portmaster -r x11/libxcb
if you are using portmaster instead.

I do not know anything about the 'portmanager' program that you mentioned above.
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