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The XBMC_HOME environment variable is not set?
#1
Hi to everyone
i've a problem, when ai run xbmc i found this error and nothing run
Code:
The XBMC_HOME environment variable is not set.
Segmentation fault
if i see the xbmc.log i find this
Code:
ERROR: Unable to load /usr/lib64/libcurl.so, reason: /usr/lib64/libcurl.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
i'fe l'ook at this directory and this library isn't here, i've it on /usr/lib32
i've try to link it into lib64 and the error is still the same
if I copy all libcurl* into lib64 from lib32 i receive this error
Code:
ERROR: Unable to load /usr/lib64/libcurl.so, reason: /usr/lib64/libcurl.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32
what I've to do?
I'm using ubuntu 9.04 64bit

thanks a lot
bye
chegetpoo
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#2
Both issues should be already fixed in current 9.04.1 release. Please upgrade and report back (pastebin full debug log please) if it still fails.

EDIT: Make sure to install all needed dependencies (see README.linux for a full list)
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#3
vdrfan Wrote:Both issues should be already fixed in current 9.04.1 release. Please upgrade and report back (pastebin full debug log please) if it still fails.

EDIT: Make sure to install all needed dependencies (see README.linux for a full list)

i've removed xbmc with comand
Code:
apt-get remove --purge xbmc*
and after reinstall it with
Code:
apt-get install xbmc
but problem are the same

can you help me how to upgrade?

thanks
bye
chegetpoo
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#4
for the future:
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#5
i just gave you all the "help" you'll ever get if you can't even follow simple forum rules.
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#6
I'm really sorry Nod
here you cha see log

http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/188323/

like in the past post i've installed all dependencies like write on README.linux
uninstall xbmc and reinstall it but it doesn't work Sad

thanks for all suggestions

bye
chegetpoo
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#7
I had the same problem...

sudo apt-get remove --purge xbmc*

apt-get install xbmc

and it works
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#8
If I remove XMC in this fashion will my userdata folders be removed?
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#9
MacLeod_1980 Wrote:If I remove XMC in this fashion will my userdata folders be removed?

I would think so but I'm not sure because while was trying everthing I deleted all xbmc folders manualy. You can always backup you userdata...
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