On 06.06.2013 09:25, Rusty Perez wrote:
so you mind posting your reply to the mailing list again? It is
considered good form to have workarounds for problems visible in the
list archives :D
Honestly, I'm just a bit overwhelmed about
linux sometimes, so I
wanted to wine a little bit. But, I suppose I could give fixing it a
Actually, after some googling, I've noticed that there are a few bug
reports already filed.
about option 1a. Am I creating a file with those lines in it, or just
executing those commands and the desired outcomes will occur?
Yes, try these commands in a terminal. They might ask you for your
password (note the "sudo" in front of two of them)..
I apologize, I'm really new at this.
I think that's probably where I am right now, entering a few commands,
or creating a script to take care of the problem. I wouldn't even know
where to begin recompiling.
You mention that1a s the quick and dirty solution.
Are there any problems which could arise?
Well, it's generally considered bad to use a workaround like this. It
should really be fixed in the package. Also we're creating a symbolic
link from one installed library to pretend another version is installed.
This CAN lead to problems later ,on, but it should work well enough to
run freewheeling now.