On Thu, 2007-12-13 at 16:31 +0000, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> Craig White wrote:
> > I have an annoying little issue that perhaps someone can explain to me.
> > I installed zenoss (very cool, http://www.zenoss.org) and things are OK.
> > when I use emacs or when somethings like a cron job execute, I get
> > notice of an error...
> > emacs: /opt/zenoss/lib/libpng12.so.0: no version information available
> > (required by emacs)
> > or
> this sort of stuff really does belong on the zenoss list though. While
> it is somewhat loosely connected back to the Distro, you should come to
> the distro list only once you have tried the other routes for the
> specific product where you are having the issue.
> the other thing is, people with similar issues on the same platform are
> also more likely to look at the product list first, so your conversation
> might carry high utility factors there
I fully agree that this is an issue caused by zenoss and not by centos
and there is one forum posting (without replies) with the same problem.
When I searched on Google for this issue (leaving out zenoss), I saw a
plethora of reports on the same library libpng12.so.0 from various
software installed on various distributions.
So I figured, why not teach someone to fish...that's why I asked here,
because there are probably people here who could provide enough
background information for me (and others like me) who could learn to
solve their own problems rather than waiting for some software developer
to fix it.
Sorry for the noise.
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