[Qgis-developer] Re: [Qgis-user] symbol lookup
undefined symbol: G_no_gisinit
alobolistas at gmail.com
Sun Aug 30 06:27:54 EDT 2009
If qgis 184.108.40.206 (including the grass plugin) is installed from the
repository indicated in the qgis download page:
qgis crashes at startup with:
/usr/bin/qgis.bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libqgisgrass.so.1.2.0:
undefined symbol: G_no_gisinit
as repository works fine.
Also, Synaptic does not list libqgis.* when qgis is used in the Search field
(you must write libqgis to see libqgis* items listed) and
does not select libqgis* for removal when qgis is selected for removal (even complete removal). As a matter of fact, I had both libqgis.1.1.0 and libqgis1.2.0, although this duplicity
does not seem to have been a problem.
> El dom, 30-08-2009 a las 09:03 +0200, Agustin Lobo escribió:
>> But going back to my original question, and having only
>> http://ppa.launchpad.net/qgis/unstable/ubuntu jaunty
>> as repository, qgis does not start if the grass plugin is installed.
>> Note that the grass plugin requires
>> despite the fact that I do have
>> Could this be the reason for the crash?
>> /usr/bin/qgis.bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libqgisgrass.so.1.2.0:
>> undefined symbol: G_no_gisinit
>> Should I remove libgdal1-1.6.0-grass ? The problem is
>> that I need it for ecw support, don't I? Is
>> libgdal1-1.6.0-grass being avoided for the grass plugin because it's still
>> on ubuntugis-unstable?
> Agus, did tou try ubuntugis-unstable instead of qgis-unstable? As I said
> it works for me with both versions of libgdal1-1.?.0-grass installed,
> althouh I did not try ecw.
>> Jürgen E. Fischer wrote:
>>> Hi Goyo,
>>> On Sat, 29. Aug 2009 at 12:06:24 +0200, Goyo wrote:
>>>> Packages in ubuntugis-unstable are working for me, even after with
>>>> libgdal1-1.6.0-grass installed. Packages in
>>>> qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef cause the symbol lookup error, even if
>>>> they have the same version number.
>>> qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef is just for test builds. After the builds
>>> succeeded they were copied to unstable-ubuntugis.
>>> So it's virtually impossible that the packages in unstable-ubuntugis work any
>>> different than those from qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef. They are the same.
>>> You probably didn't consider that the qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef repository
>>> depends on unstable-ubuntugis. So you need the latter in any case. And as
>>> it already contains the packages from qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef, you don't
>>> need my test repository at all.
>>> But just using qgis-unstable-ubuntugis-jef will probably give you the right
>>> qgis, but some older dependencies from plain ubuntu - looks like that doesn't
>>> work. But that was never intended anyway.
>>> If you don't want ubuntugis the qgis unstable ppa has packages that work
>>> with plain ubuntu.
>>>  https://launchpad.net/~qgis/+archive/unstable
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