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I have some programs I'm trying to set up to work on my X server. They all give segmentation faults and say they cannot find libgz.so or something like that. What do I do?
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tariq030897 earned 100 total points
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Which Linux are you using?  Slackware, redhat?
Either case, sounds like you have some libraries missing from installation.  Run setup again and make sure all the Linux source libraries ARE installed.

I had a similar problem once and I did the above and it worked.

Let me know

Tariq
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