Re: upgrade issue

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Hi Josh,

my first guess would be that you need to install libssl0.9.8.

You can check if and which shared library is missing with
"ldd /path/to/gnugk".

I compile the executable one a Ubuntu 10.04, beacuse its easier to
install old libs on newer versions than the other way around.


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Josh Rogalski wrote:
> I downloaded the 64 bit executable of gnu gatekeeper 3.8 from the download site, I extracted it on my Ubuntu box, and then replaced the 3.7 executable.  When I try to start gnugk back up, it claim "no such file found" even though it is plainly there in /usr/sbin
> Am I doing something wrong?  Are these downloadable executables on the website not able to be slipped in to upgrade?  I did this for my last upgrade, although as I recall it might have been from a separate site that was sent to us.  Any assistance is greatly appreciated.  I am running Ubuntu 14.04.  thank you!
> [Josh Signature January 2012]

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