Description of problem:
Listen launcher script in /usr/bin/listen does not point to the right .py (in
/usr/lib64) in x64_64 and possibly other 64-bit platforms.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always. Has been there since a couple releases.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install listen with yum
2. type "listen" in a console to get the error message about the .py file not
being found at the /usr/lib path.
The program does not launch. Manual edit of the file is required for 64-bit
Created attachment 138813 [details]
The attahced file is a rough patch for the right launcher script on x86_64 and possibly other 64-bit architectures.
I have been emailed about this, it will be fixed by the next update.
It's due to Listen not respecting FHS and I don't have any x86_64 box to test my
One question: after replacing lib by lib64 in /usr/bin/listen, does the
application launch or it still fails ?
Hi, after changing /usr/lib for /usr/lib64 it works as expected. Thanks for your
fixed by current release.