Bug 389921 - libgnomebreakpad.so should be provided as a separate package
libgnomebreakpad.so should be provided as a separate package
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: bug-buddy (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Ray Strode [halfline]
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Reported: 2007-11-18 22:35 EST by Takanori MATSUURA
Modified: 2009-01-09 00:16 EST (History)
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Description Takanori MATSUURA 2007-11-18 22:35:44 EST
The case using i386 applications (AdobeReader) on x86_64, it requires i386
version of libgnomebreakpad.so library that is included in bug-buddy package.

But bug-buddy is now provided only x86_64 version for x86_64 Fedora 8.

I think libgnomebreakpad.so is provided as a separated package from bug-buddy
like Mandriba 2008 and both i386 and x86_64 version of libgnomebreakpad packages
should be prepared for x86_64.
Comment 1 Rehan Khan 2007-12-25 18:48:00 EST
An alternative fix might be to add a /etc/ld.so.conf.d/gtk-2.0.conf file with 
the following entry:


(then do a ldconfig)

This fixes the same problem on Fedora 8 i386 with Xdialog but I think it will 
also fix the original problem.

This might be a gtk+ issue (gtk+ has dependancies on gtk2/bug-buddy in 

see this post for the original solution:


Comment 2 Richard S. Hendershot 2008-04-13 13:23:36 EDT
My case is compiling and running a C program from NetBeans.  In the console I'd
get the complaint about libgnomebreakpad.  My lib lib/gtk-2.0/modules has only
two files.  Installing the i386 Bug-Buddy had other dependencies.  I keep as
much in the x86_64 realm as possible.

So all I did was create the /etc/ld.so.conf.d/gtk-2.0.conf with the single line

This corrected the problem.

It doesn't appear to be a need to have the i386 version, but rather that the
.conf is never installed in the first place.

This is regarding:   bug-buddy-2.20.1-1.fc8
Comment 3 Bas Mevissen 2008-05-27 19:33:49 EDT
Issue is still there for F9 for both i386 as x86_64 compiled programs. Luckely,
bug-buddy.i386 is included in the F9 x86_64 stream.

So on Fedora 9 x86_64 systems, the gnomebreakpad.so issues can be fixed for both
i386 and x86_64 applications by:

- yum -y install bug-buddy.i386
- create a file /etc/ld.so.conf.d/gtk-2.0.conf containing the lines
- run ldconfig

Guess the version number should be updated to 9 now.
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