Hi, I love the idea of Titanium and I'm itching to start, but can't :-(
I've downloaded the Linux 32-bit binaries, unzipped them, run the installer which comes up fine, downloads two packages and then dies with this message:
/Titanium Developer: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libgdk- x11-2.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_malloc_nIf I go back and run the installer again, it dies with this message.
I'm using Ubuntu 10.4 LTS on a Dell Laptop, I've cleaned the install twice and tried both as my normal user id and root, just in case there were file permission issues.
In both cases, the error is the same.
Any help much appreciated since I'd love to start building apps- I've already got a j2MEand an Android app I want to test Titanium with.
Thanks and regards.
Same problem on 10.10 x64.
The solution to this is all over the net. It is a well known problem. Please use google or some other means to research problems first.
Nathan, I find your answer inappropriate for two reasons:
I had already Googled it as you so patronizingly suggest. But no answer came up. Of course, you won't know that, you just assumed I hadn't.
I am attempting to evaluate YOUR product and if as you say this is a well known PROBLEM why haven't you fixed it?
If you are giving insulting support to someone who has not even been able to try your product (but was clearly willing to do so) with the vain hope that I'll buy your support plan- no luck I'm afraid.
I would very much have liked to consider Titanium for my plans, but the tone of your reply leads me to believe the relationship with your organization, as represented by you, will not get any better than it does at the beginning.
You clearly do not understand customer service and the way to build successful open source or community based products. Good luck.
I did solve the problem as indicated in the post given by Nathan- however, it seems such a trivial task to build a Debian/Ubuntu install that excludes those libraries, it would make sense to do that?
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