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> What is Libargtable2.so.0?, Getting an error with CUDA
ceresnheels
post Mar 30 2011, 09:02 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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Hello guys

I'm trying to get a program, CUDA-Multiforcer, running on Backtrack 4 R2. Whenever I try to execute this program (by typing ./CUDA-Multiforcer, with or without arguments) it returns this error:

./CUDA-Multiforcer: error while loading shared libraries: libargtable2.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.

I'm not new to Linux but I also don't have an extensive background in it. I've used Ubuntu here and there for some regular tasks and in my job I use Puppy Linux several times daily. I've googled quite a bit and I can't find any info on this error and I can't really seem to find any info on what libargtable2 is or does. I assume it's similar to Windows and a program needing the .NET framework or programs from back in the day needing VB runtimes. I'm probably wrong tongue.gif

Can anyone tell me what this file does and/or point me in the direction of solving my problem?
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