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shared libraries: libgsl.so.0

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I am trying to launch luminance on a render node (Ba020) and there is an  error :

luminance: error while loading shared libraries: libgsl.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I think there are some other libraries to install on all the render blades in order to make luminance work.
where can i get these libraries?
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If you are using the RHEL 5 then you can know the package which containes the the dependent library file by executing the below given command.

# rpm -q --redhatprovides libgsl.so.0

you need rpmdb-redhat package to be installed on your system to use this option.


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we are using fedora and centos .
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You can use above suggested command to get the package detail.
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