Can't install my plugins in Ubuntu 16.04

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chris-
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Can't install my plugins in Ubuntu 16.04

Post by chris- »

Hi,

I can't install my plugins properly with File > Install Plugins. After install and reboot is done (GradFilter-2.5.afzplug, Vigne_1.1.0_ALL.afzplug, WaveletDenoise_ALL_T31.afzplug and WaveletSharpen3_ALL_T34.afzplug) they are not shown in the Tool Tab.

AfterShot version: 3.3.0.234
OS: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

In my log in ~/.AfterShotPro3/AfterShotPro.log I see:

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0.9: "Error loading plugin: /home/chris/.AfterShotPro3/Plugins (64-bit)/GradFilter.afplugin"
0.9: "Plugin library contained no recognizable symbols."
0.9:
0.9: "Error loading plugin: /home/chris/.AfterShotPro3/Plugins (64-bit)/Vigne.afplugin"
0.9: "Plugin library contained no recognizable symbols."
0.9:
0.10: "Error loading plugin: /home/chris/.AfterShotPro3/Plugins (64-bit)/Wavelet Denoise.afplugin"
0.10: "Plugin library contained no recognizable symbols."
0.10:
0.10: "Error loading plugin: /home/chris/.AfterShotPro3/Plugins (64-bit)/Wavelet Sharpen3.afplugin"
0.10: "Plugin library contained no recognizable symbols."
What can be done here?
Dutchmm
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Re: Can't install my plugins in Ubuntu 16.04

Post by Dutchmm »

Can I ask if you were already using these plugins on an earlier version of Ubuntu?

Did you do a fresh install of ASP after you installed 16.04? I keep ASP and A couple of other payware programs on a separate /opt partition, which means they don't get nuked when I go up to the next version of Mint.

If you downloaded a fresh copy of the plugins, are you sure you got the 64-bit linux versions?

FWIW I recently went up to Linux Mint 18.2, which AFAIK is derived from 16.04. I used GradFilter and/or Wavelet Denoise on nearly every shot I process, and they work pretty well. The only issue I had after the upgrade was the need to specify a LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include the ASP lib directory before calling ASP.

HTH
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