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Default [resolved] Shared object libexecinfo.so.0 not found

Hi,
I try to install x-window manager and when i started
Code:
dbus
and
Code:
hal
i have this error "Shared object libexecinfo.so.0 not found".
how to install libexecinfo ?

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There appears to be a package for this, libexecinfo-1.1nb1, for example:

http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/pac...nfo-1.1nb1.tgz

So you would have to use pkgsrc in whatever way you normally do.
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Question [1]
What x-window manager?

Answer? related to your problem: "how to install libexecinfo ?"

Quote:
cd /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libexecinfo/
make install
libexecinfo is mainly intended for porting linux code to BSD platforms.

After installation hal and dbus daemons did You put them from:
Quote:
/usr/pkg/share/examples/rc.d/
to:
Quote:
/etc/rc.d/
?

Salut,
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hi,
The x-window manager is xfce4 and kde3.5, i do
Quote:
make install
but the output said that libexecinfo-1.1nb1 are already installed !
i have the same error
Quote:
dct-sr71# /etc/rc.d/dbus start
Shared object "libexecinfo.so.0" not found
also i read this post http://slice2.com/2013/10/10/howto-i...-netbsd-6-1-2/
may be i must do an link with this object ?

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I'd rather you stick with pkgin (binary packages)
Anyway what NetBSD are you running ? with what pkgsrc branch ? have you updated pkgsrc ? have you mixed pkgsrc with pkgin or pkg_add (binary) ?
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It sure would be nice if all your attempts/questions either contained more context or were in one topic instead of several ones in random subforums.

Like pawaan said, it would be better to stick with pkgin. Last night both kde4 and xfce4 were missing from latest quarterly binaries, but now it looks much better again. They still seem to be missing from mirror you were using earlier (fr), so using ftp.netbsd.org instead would be best for now.

If you have fresh NetBSD 6 install and activated pkgin during install, you only need to do steps 5-6 from slice2 article you linked above, and then start xfce with startxfce4 command as normal user, so assuming you installed latest 6.1.5 and activated pkgin during install, just
Code:
pkgin update
pkgin install xfce4
You can install xfce4-extras instead of xfce4 if you want some additional Xfce packages.

Note that you do not need to edit repositories.conf if you installed pkgin with netbsd installer.

Assuming install works, startxfce4 should start X and xfce for you (slice2 doesn't mention this). If install does not work, please post details (preferably error message you get) of what doesn't work.

NetBSD guide (section 9.9) and both articles I think I saw you post links to (I can't find link to french one right now, thanks to several topics) contain same list of daemons to be activated, but if you have done that already before, there's no need to do it again. Actually, Xfce should work at some level even without those daemons, but functionality may be missing.

To be sure there is not something obvious we are missing, could you post output from
Code:
uname -smr
tail -3 /usr/pkg/etc/pkgin/repositories.conf
cat /usr/pkgsrc/CVS/Tag
/etc/rc.d/dbus status (and other 3 daemons too, if you feel like it)
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The closest mirror is not always the best or most practical.
Now both kde3 and kde4 are now available
http://nyftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/p...6.0_2014Q3/kde
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hi,
I have re-configured my server with netbsd 6.1.5, i have changed the repository for pkgin command, now the xfce4 start but there are problem with the carattere (font), it is cabalistic, like if fonts are not installed ! for example: the lettres "qwerty" are lot of "carre"
Code:
(xfce4-session:2244): Pango-WARNING **: failed to choose a font, expect ugly output. engine-type='PangoRenderFc', script='latin'
regards Philippe

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make sure you 'pkgin update' whenever you edit repositories.conf
There are numerous fonts available for NetBSD :
http://pkgsrc.se/fonts

then you may customized xfce4
http://docs.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-settings/appearance
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i have no choise for parametre fonts (fr), i don't know who to change fonts at startup! because the item's menu are cabalistic, i cannot read the menu for change fonts !

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How come ?
# pkgin install baekmuk-ttf
Code:
 1 packages to be installed: baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3 (8534K to download, 27M to install) proceed ? [Y/n] y downloading packages... baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3.tgz 100% 8534KB 237.1KB/s 203.9KB/s 00:36 installing packages... installing baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3... baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3: updating font database in /usr/pkg/share/fonts/X11/TTF (ttf) baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3: updating font database in /usr/pkg/share/fonts/X11/TTF (x11) pkg_install warnings: 0, errors: 0 reading local summary... processing local summary... updating database: 100% marking baekmuk-ttf-2.2nb3 as non auto-removable
check /usr/share/fonts/X11/TIFF for installed fonts
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I'm not sure whether your problem is with encoding or fonts

First install a few fonts .. then change your encoding to fr by editing /etc/wscons.conf and adding a line :
encoding fr

or maybe you'd want to swap between default 'us' and your local 'fr'
then :
Code:
  setxkbmap -layout us,fr -option grp:alt_shift_toggle
ET pour 'franciser' ton local :
Code:
$ locale -a | grep fr
I have these set up
[/code]
export LANG="en_US.UTF-8"
export LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8"
export LC_ALL=""
[/code]

link:
http://netbsdfr.org

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Hey , nothing that I may complain about here as I can graphically set fonts with antialiasing etc ..
I'm using the same OS , NetBSD 6.1.5 i386 GENERIC .
Code:
   PKG_PATH=http://nyftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/packages/NetBSD/i386/6.0_2014Q3/All
All I did was :

0- Installing a few fonts
1- installing xfce4
2- enabling services in rc.conf and starting them :
hal=YES
dbus=YES
famd=YES
rpcbind=YES

3- copying a file as suggested in post-install message :
Code:
  # /usr/pkg/share/examples/xfce4/autostart/xfce4-settings-helper-autostart.desktop /usr/pkg/etc/xdg/autostart/
5- As root :
Code:
 # echo xfce4-session > /root/.xinitrc
6- Logout and exit root
7- start normal user and :
Code:
  $ echo xfce4-session > ~/.xinitrc
  $ startx
C'est tout .. et tu auras un Joli Desktop sans probleme et tu peux tout personaliser via le menu settings .. ok Philipe ?

I rarely run xfce or kde .. my choice has always been cwm/evilwm fvwm1 and of course blackbox/fluxbox.

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Since you've changed repo , make sure you first 'pkgin update' and 'pkgin full-upgrade'

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hi,
thanks all for your answer !
now xfce4 run !

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