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Linux Problem with ubuntu

Exedras

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Hello guys, i'm trying to run my new server on ubuntu and i have some problems. I have installed mysql/php etc, but when i'm trying to run server i have a error
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 error while loading shared libraries: libboost_filesystem.so.1.58.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Can someone help me?
 

Pox

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I would assume some library isn’t installed correctly or not at all.
I would start over from start
 

Kouki

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Just write in consol
Code:
sudo apt install libboost-filesystem-dev

but if you changed the machine and didn't compile the source on a new one, you may get libs errors.
If you get some errors, just install all libs and recompile as @Pox wrote :)
 

Lessaire

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If you're wanting to compile Boost yourself, and you've updated your Ubuntu to 20.04, just stop now. It's FTBFS right now because of py3versions -vr not working. You'd waste a lot of time.
If you still really want to build it,
Bash:
cd ~/src
apt source boost1.71
cd boost1.71-1.71.0/debian/
sed 's|py3versions -vr|py3versions -vd|g' rules -i
cd ..
debuild


If you compiled a binary before and then upgraded your server from like from 16.04 LTS to 18.04 LTS or 20.04 LTS, you have to:
old distro: run ./configure again and make it again
new distro: nuke and pave the build folder cmake it again.
 
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