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Old 01-06-2013, 01:12 PM
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Default [solved] digikam does not start
On both my installations of PCBSD 9.1 x64 on a Lenovo B560 laptop and in a VirtualBox on my PCBSD 9.0 x64 desktop digikam would not start (icon jumping for half a minute but nothing else happened).

When I tried to start digikam from Konsole it said:
'liblensfun.so not found'

Deinstalling and then reinstalling lensfun from ports solved the problem for me.

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Old 02-11-2013, 08:37 AM
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Default lensfun-0.2.5_3 broken on x64 installer DVD
I had the same problem on my x64 installation of PCBSD 9.1.

Tracked the cause down today -- the lensfun-0.2.5_3.txz Package on the PCBSD 9.1 x64 installer DVD is broken. It lacks the liblensfun.so file, resulting in the symptoms reported by the previous two posts above.

The x32 installer DVD's copy of lensfun-0.2.5_3.txz does in fact correctly contain liblensfun.so, so people running x32 installations never notice any problem.

(And, as noted by the previous poster, 'make reinstall' of the actual Port solves the problem.)
 

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