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[SOLVED] ./amplxe-gui: error while loading shared libraries: libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

friendly greetings !

Today, i installed this (for non-commercial use):

the 64bits version, on my ubuntu 10.04 LTS (lucid) 64 bits.
uname -a :
Linux arthurus 2.6.32-27-generic #49-Ubuntu SMP Thu Dec 2 00:51:09 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux

i try to run amplxe-gui, i have the following error :
./amplxe-gui
./amplxe-gui: error while loading shared libraries: libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

# locate libamplxe_libxml
/opt/intel/vtune_amplifier_xe_2011/lib32/libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so

so i ran a strace, the interesting line is :
open("/opt/intel/vtune_amplifier_xe_2011/bin64/../lib64/libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so", O_RDONLY) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)

obviously, it try to find it in lib64, but it's only in lib32 ...What's happening ? where is the 64bits version ?
Some other tools are working as expected. eg : inspexe-gui is working without any problem.

thank you very much !

edit, ldd show some other missing lib :
libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so => not found
libamplxe_ivbm_core_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_ivbm_core_2.4_libFNP.so => not found
libamplxe_ivbm_legacy_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_ivbm_legacy_2.4_libFNP.so => not found
libamplxe_cfgmgr_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_gen_helpers_das_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_thread_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_date_time_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_gen_helpers_core_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_filesystem_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_system_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_cpil_2.9.so => not found
libamplxe_gen_helpers_core_2.4.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_filesystem_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_boost_system_1.34.so => not found
libamplxe_cpil_2.9.so => not found


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Beginner
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i reinstalled vtune using the individual package (the tar.gz that contain only vtune) now the gui is working :)
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Thank you for the update. I just reminder that the user should use "root" privilegeto install the tool. Also uninstall/reinstall the tool, it may help. Happy New Year! -peter
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I used option 3 for non-root vtune install and got the same problem with missing libamplxe_libxml_2.7.so library. There are some logic errors in the install script. However, uninstall/install procedure helps indeed.
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Should use "root" privilege to install, it was described in release notes. For Ubuntu* system, use "sudo ./install.sh"
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