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Re: st: cannot start stata in Fedora

From   Orvalho Joaquim Augusto <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: cannot start stata in Fedora
Date   Wed, 10 Sep 2008 15:34:31 +0200

I do not see Neil reanswering us.

I have been using Fedora and as I said before:
Fedora does not provide gtk+1.2 by default any more since Fedora 5 (or 
may be 4). You must download it manually (or if you added another yum 
repos it could work by an yum issue on command line).

Alex gave you a place to download the RPM you need and I think I 
provided before another. Anyway this is another place to download from:

Just for clarification Stata 9 uses that old gtk. But since Stata 10 gtk 
2 is used.

Good Luck

Neil Shephard wrote:
> Vo Duc Hoang Vu wrote:
>> I installed STATA9 on Linux Fedora 9. When I started it, the system 
>> informed that "/usr/local/stata9/xstata-se: error while loading shared 
>> libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such 
>> file or directory"
>> Could you help me to solve this error?
> You need to install gtk+-1.2 on your system.
> Stata still uses the old (and increasing obsolete) Gtk+-1 libraries for
> rendering the GUI (development of Gtk+1 finished with gtk+1.2.10).  On
> most GNU/Linux systems this been superseeded by the Gtk+-2 libraries (I
> maintain the Gtk+-1 library purely and solely for Stata on my systems).
> I'm afraid I'm not familiar with the Fedora package management system,
> but as its pedigree stems from RedHat, I susecpt its RPM based and you
> will have to use either the RPM command line syntax of 'rpm -i [package
> name/version]' or use whatever GUI you use for installing packages (and
> note that you'll need to either do this as root or use sudo).
> Neil
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