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361 bytes added, 18:47, 11 February 2012
Example: installing a 64bit nightly CentOS5 binary build on 64bit SL6.1
Matched from:
Other :
...(the package is repeated, and is also mentioned): Now don't just install the openssl098e-0.9.8e-17.el6.i686 and its dependencies - it is a 32bit library (the name ends with ".i686")! Installing it does not solve the problem - we need a 64bit library. Unfortunately "yum provides" does not tell us about the 64bit library (is that a yum bug?). By specifying just the proper package name (openssl098e.x86_64 would also work, and version would avoid any 32bit package) yum install openssl098e.x86_64: we install both the required and in their 64bit versions - done!
* Second possibility: find out if the system already has a higher versionof the two libraries:
[root@localhost locate
ln -s /usr/lib64/
: The way these symlinks are made they would even work if RHEL upgrades libssl or libcrypto to higher versions. Works for me.
Final step: create /usr/local/bin/coot with
#!/bin/csh -f
setenv LANG C
exec /usr/local/src/coot-Linux-x86_64-centos-5-gtk2-python/bin/coot $*
and make it executable with
chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/coot
=== Installation on Debian/Ubuntu from debian archive files ===

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