Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 58702
Nautilus will not run - nautilus: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/libgnomeprint.so.15: unexpected PLT reloc type 0x00
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:39:09 EDT
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Description of problem:
When I log in from XDM, nautilus does not start. If I bring up a terminal
window and type 'nautilus', I receive the following and nautilus still does not
nautilus: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/libgnomeprint.so.15:
unexpected PLT reloc type 0x00
I'm using a Dell Inspiron 8000 with 128M RAM and have updated all packages
including the kernel using up2date
PS: Printing does work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RedHat Linux 7.2 on Dell Inspiron 8000
2. Update everything including kernel using up2date
3. Delete old kernel RPM
4. Reboot and log in
5. Nautilus will not run
Actual Results: nautilus: error while loading shared libraries:
/usr/lib/libgnomeprint.so.15: unexpected PLT reloc type 0x00
Expected Results: Nautilus should start
Sometimes the panel app will not start. It simply segfaults. Usually when this
happens, nautilus will run. It is an either or situation.
Something is wrong with your system. Are you using prelink? Any non-Red-Hat
packages? Can you attach "rpm -V gnome-print nautilus" output? Can you start say
Can't reproduce, have no other reports like this.
Conceivably related to #56506
I am still unable to install a RedHat 7.2 distribution with all updates on my
laptop without the Nautilus problem occurring. I've since noticed that if I try
to repeatedly log in, sometimes Nautilus will start fine. When this happend the
gnome-panel segfaults. It will not run even from the command line. It is an
XOR situation between Nautilus and gnome-panel. One or the other will operate -
but not both.
However, if I install Ximain, all problems go away...
If you want to keep debugging it, you could try some of the things mentioned
on #56506 such as ide=nodma, strace, and LD_DEBUG=all and report whether
ide=nodma helps and attach the LD_DEBUG or strace output.
It'd be useful to just put further comments on #56506 so they're all in one place.