1. Mauricio Pulla
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Hi

I have a 64-bit application, developed in xojo 2018 for run in linux ubuntu 16.
I have valentina server reports 7.4 on ubuntu server

Install v4rb_x64_8_lin.deb in pc client.

In the folder of support libraries for the application I have:

libc ++. so.1
libSqliteDatabase.64so
PostgreSQLPlugins64.so
v4rb_x64_release.so
XojoGUIFramework64.so

When I run the application I have the error message:
Failed to load plugin v4rb_x64_release.so
libvshared_release_x64.so.820: Unable to open the file of the shared object: The file or directory does not exist.

What libraries do I have to install?

Greetings.
Mauricio
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Hello Mauricio,

The version of installed v4rb_x64_8_lin.deb is 8.2, right? It is necessary to use the same versions for compiling and running.

Please try the following workaround:
1. Go to the /usr/local/lib in the terminal
2. Create the symlink depending on the architecture of the target file (32 or 64):
ln -s vcomponents_64 vcomponents

Also, you can prepare the application on your system, without the need to install V4RB on the client pc. Here's how to do it:
https://goo.gl/75PJDz
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Mauricio Pulla Accepted Answer
Hello Sergey.

The problem was the versions.

Thanks
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