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It happened to me with anaconda 4.0.0 (as @mjp stated), but the fix for me was to issue a: $ conda install libgcc in my environment
I tried the same command with this other path: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libresolv.so.2 And now it works. Hope it will be useful for someone! (I still don't know why I have this lib repeated so much, I suppose they are different compilations, for 32, 64 bits, aren't they?)
Ubuntu 16.04 has libtiff5 (included in installation or available in repositories) which provides libtiff.so.5 but not libtiff.so.3. This causes problems for applications that look for libtiff.so.3 as detailed here First do sudo apt install libtiff5 You will likely find it is already installed. However, if not, see if this fixes the problem (unlikely). To ...
You need to install the package libxrandr2. This package includes the missing file libXrandr.so.2
Run these commands in terminal (ctrl+alt+t): sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get install perl sudo apt-get purge samba* sudo apt-get autoremove
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