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Installing an older version of libjpeg solved my problem sudo apt-get install libjpeg62:i386 sudo apt-get install libjpeg62


Since other libraries are successfully being found in /usr/lic/x86_64-linux-gnu, your problem is not how to specify that location, but probably the version number of the installed library is not 62 like the program is looking for. You have two choices, either find and install an old version of the missing library, or much easier and likely to succeed is to ...


Placed the camera libraries under /usr/bin/ where the python.exe exists and it worked.


ld is the linker --- it is in package binutilus. You can find it using [romano:~] % apt-file search -F /usr/bin/ld binutils: /usr/bin/ld You can reinstall it by sudo apt-get install --reinstall binutils


You don't state the version of Ubuntu you use, but for Trusty, there's a PDF manual in /usr/share/doc/doxygen/doxygen_manual.pdf. There's also HTML documentation here: /usr/share/doc/doxygen/html/index.html I can't spot a compressed archive besides the changelog (/usr/share/doc/doxygen-doc/changelog.Debian.gz) that you'd look at using zless.

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