Missing a libjpeg on Arch Linux

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Hi there!

I'm trying to run titanium on my Arch Linux 64 but it looks like it's missing a libjpeg package somewhere, even though I have libjpeg-8.3.0-1 installed.

See error here:

Any ideas?

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Are you aware that only Ubuntu 9.10 is officially supported for Titanium? See the Getting Started guide.

In order to troubleshoot this, you will need to establish whether your underlying system is configured correctly. So, copy and paste the following into your terminal/shell so that all the commands execute successfully. Copy the output and paste it to your preferred pastebin service. It's important that you do not modify it in any way, as this could mask problems with your configuration. Do NOT paste it here! This is because the system will change the formatting.

cd /
uname -a
echo "$PATH"
echo "$JAVA_HOME"
java -version
javac -version
python -V
echo "$android_sdk"
adb version
android list target
git --version
echo " --- The following is optional ---"
scons -v
echo "$HTTP_PROXY"
Once you have provided this information, I will take a look for you and advise further.

— answered 5 years ago by Paul Dowsett
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  • In the pastie you have created, it looks like you have edited the output. It's important that you do not do this, as explained in my previous post.

    You have OpenJDK installed and used by default. You need to ensure Sun's JDK 1.6 is used instead.

    I can't really give you any other advice unless I see the true output. So, resolve the above issue and follow the instructions again, and I will help you further.


    — commented 5 years ago by Paul Dowsett

  • I just erased my username lines.

    I will go ahead with Sun's JDK and paste it again later.

    — commented 5 years ago by Marco Barbosa

  • Marco

    OK, the username lines aren't so important on Linux - just make sure your username is a single word without any special characters.

    But you have edited the actual commands out. Please paste all the rest of the output verbatim into the pastie, including any errors and spaces.

    — commented 5 years ago by Paul Dowsett

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for your reply.

I do understand that the "official" Linux support is Ubuntu - as any other Linux app does the same. But that doesn't stop me from using it as I can't see what package Ubuntu might have that I couldn't install in Arch.

Except that it might have an "official" package in a "official" repository :)

Here's the output you requested:

Thanks again.

— answered 5 years ago by Marco Barbosa
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  • Please don't answer your own questions, Marco; use the comment facility instead. Thanks :)

    — commented 5 years ago by Paul Dowsett

  • Oh I didn't know this.

    — commented 5 years ago by Marco Barbosa

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