Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 249497
[totem][ppc] - Totem is not opening, showing error
Last modified: 2009-04-07 10:56:07 EDT
Description of problem:
Totem is showing error while opening in PPC stable system for RHEL5-Server.
Errors are attached here.
Its showing additional gstreamer plugins error and sound card not detected error!
When try to open as root user from g-t, with the command totem &, its showing
error in g-t :- "error while loading shared libraries: libtotem-plparser.so.1:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"
And while opening as normal user, its showing graphical message. Screenshot
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login in PPC RHEl5-Server stable system
2. Open Totem graphically or via command line
3. Observe the errors in both cases.
It is not opening
It should atleast open properly
The rpms of gstremer-plugins and totem versions installed in ppc system is given
as an attachment. pls see.
Created attachment 159902 [details]
gstreamer-plugins and totem versions installed in system
Created attachment 159903 [details]
error giving in g-t
Created attachment 159904 [details]
error giving via graphical screen
You're not supposed to install both ppc32 and ppc64 versions of Totem, and if
yum/rpm allow you to do that, it's a bug.
The rpm listing is useless as well, as it's missing the arches. One of the
packages is clearly not installed properly, as the playlist parser library
(which is in the main package) didn't get installed.
Please attach an rpm listing with the arches listed, and check that "rpm -V"
doesn't come up with any errors.
Created attachment 159906 [details]
rpm -V query result in .txt file
First of all, I did not installed totem or gstreamer by myself in the system.
It was installed already. And both the versions (ppc32 and ppc64 was installed)
Then I removed all 64 packages of gstreamer-* via yum. Still not running.
I did rpm -V query for both totem and gstreamer...
Output is attached here.
Please inform what next to do to make it runned properly.
Only one version of totem should be installed. Either the 32-bit, or the 64-bit
version, not both. And make sure that the arch of the plugins and core of
gstreamer installed match the arcg of the totem version installed.
$ rpm -V gstreamer-plugins
package gstreamer-plugins is not installed
There's no package called that, it's either gstreamer-plugins-base or
Created attachment 159999 [details]
steps followed .txt
Ok, I followed the instructions and removed all the 64 bit packages for totem
and gstreamer-* from the ppc system. Still totem is showing following error in
" Error while loading shared libraries: libtotem-plparser.so.1: can not open
shared object file : No such file or directory"
Two .txt file attached here :
1. The query of rpm -V is given as attachment
2 [details]. The steps followed and action performed in g-t sequentially, is also pasted
a .txt file. Pls see it. and inform if ahything to be done.
Sorry the immediate above attachment in comment #7 is for rpm -V output .txt,
not for steps followed .txt.
Created attachment 160000 [details]
rpm -V gstreamer .txt once again attached -same as comment #7
Created attachment 160001 [details]
steps followed .txt. its the right one.
The installation is still broken:
libtotem-plparser.so.1 is shipped with totem itself. Try running ldconfig.
Is there any point to this bug report? I don't want to spend my time trying to
unbreak a broken installation...