[PD] Re: dyld: /usr/local/bin/pd can't open library: /usr/local/lib/libMagick-5.5.6-Q16.0.dylib (No such file or directory, errno = 2)

robcanning rscanning at eircom.net
Wed Dec 3 14:39:47 CET 2003


thanks for your reply jamie

I got rid of everything to do with image magick off my machine and 
reinstalled it with fink (Unpacking imagemagick (from 
.../imagemagick_5.5.6-2_darwin-powerpc.deb) ...
Setting up imagemagick (5.5.6-2) ...) DONE
  yet still there is no sign of any file called 
libMagick-5.5.6-Q16.0.dylib (orany similar .dylib file) in sw/lib/ or 
anywhere else, just the files libmagick.a libmagick.la libmagick++.a 

unless anyone has any quick fix brainwaves on this i think i'm going to 
leave this one for a while and come back to it when i have a little 
more time and experience working with unix type things - all this 
compiling + makefile stuff is new to me - i was a windows only user up 
'till last week - this week i have an osx machine and planetCCRMA 
redhat box!
maybe i shouldn't hope for too much too soon!



robcanning -  www.cmc.ie/composers - www.soundin.org

On Sunday, November 30, 2003, at 08:17  PM, tigital at mac.com wrote:

> On Sunday, November 30, 2003, at 08:16  AM, robcanning wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I have used fink to install ImageMagick on OSX 10.2.4 and am trying 
>> to install another piece of software  (PiDiP) which is dependent on 
>> libMagick
>> when i try and run this software i get this:
>> dyld: /usr/local/bin/pd can't open library: 
>> /usr/local/lib/libMagick-5.5.6-Q16.0.dylib  (No such file or 
>> directory, errno = 2)
>> In FinkCommander   it shows:       current	imagemagick	5.5.6-2 so i 
>> presume it has installed ok.
>> any idea why this file isn't anywhere on my computer? (i have done a 
>> search)
>> how can i get this file on my computer?
> ...well, the first thing I noticed is that dyld is looking in 
> /usr/local/lib for libMagick:  this isn't where fink puts it's stuff, 
> it places libraries in "/sw/lib"...the "...-Q16.0..." also seems to 
> indicate a different version of libMagick than the one provided in 
> fink:  fink isn't always the most up-to-date, but it is rather 
> dependable...
> ...also, I assume this is a pre-built version of pidip?  If so, then 
> you need to install imagemagick in your usr/local/lib (and probably go 
> ahead and find the actual version that yves' uses)...my recommendation 
> would be to build pidip yourself (and you'll probably have to modify 
> the makefile references for libMagick to point to the fink installed 
> one)...
> good luck!
> jamie

robcanning -  www.cmc.ie/composers/canning/ - www.soundin.org
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