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Problem with portable bitmap package (pbmplus)

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When I programs in the package pbmplus-10dec91-bin.tar.gz down loaded from sunsite, I get this error message :
     can't find library libgr.so.1
I run kernel 2.0.29 in my linux box which come with the graphic library libgr-1.3 which consists of libpbm.so.1.  Should I get a older graphic lib. ie libgr.so.1 or get a newer version of pbmplus which can use the newer graphic lib. ? Please tell me where I can get the newer pbmplus package or the older library.

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Wong
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try netpbm
(if using redhat grab the rpm from their site, otherwise grab the package from the same spot on sunsite you grabbed pbmplus from)
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