e.g. actual error report is '...
libpng error: Application must be recompiled; version 1.0.6 was
Error: pdflatex (file calmodulin.png): png_create_read_struct() failed
...' The same files work on an identical machine running RedHat 6.2
It should be sufficient a tetex-pdflatex recompile. Due to the quite
big work involved, could someone do it at RH and put an update out?
I think this could well be marked as a critical bug (if you need pdflatex).
By the way. Shouldn't incompatible API changes on dynamic library
bumps the mayor revision number?
Well, I think I solved it.
It's not a problem of just recompilation: there is a bug in the tetex
source package. In spite of being configured with --with-system-pnglib,
there are object files compiled against it's internal libpng header files.
What I did is to add this hack to the spec file:
--- tetex.spec Mon Dec 4 08:46:35 2000
+++ tetex-r.spec Mon Dec 4 08:46:35 2000
@@ -242,6 +242,11 @@
--with-system-ncurses --with-system-zlib --with-system-pnglib \
--disable-multiplatform --without-dialog --without-texinfo \
+rm -rf libs/libpng
+ln -s /usr/include/png.h libs/libpng/png.h
+ln -s /usr/include/pngconf.h libs/libpng/pngconf.h
I made available the spec-file and the recompiled rpms at
I added a R to the release (I am not official related to RH, so I did
not feel in the right to bump the build number, especially with a so
*** Bug 22447 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Fixed (by the hack you've suggested) in tetex-1.0.7-10. Thanks *very* much for
*** Bug 22949 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***