|Date||Sun, 27 May 2007 16:03:41 +1200|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-users] Problem with wvWare on Ubuntu|
wvWare is what Greenstone uses to convert Word to html format, and libpng.so.3 is the dynamic link library that is called during the import process. From your description, you probably have installed the binary version of Greenstone. To solve the problem, you could go to http://sourceforge.net/projects/wvware/, download a binary wvWare and put it in /usr/local/gsdl/bin/linux/. This solution is simple, but it may or may not work because the executable might be linked to libpng3 just as the one in Greenstone distribution.
Alternatively, you could download Greenstone source code and compile it yourself. In particular, you cd to the directory gsdl/packages/wv and run configure and make. And then you would have to manually copy the generated wvWare file to gsdl/bin/linux. This way, the wv converter would be instructed to look for libpng12 rather than libpng3.
On 5/26/07, Jesús Tramullas <email@example.com> wrote:
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