I have upgraded a number of computers from Ubuntu 21.10 to 22.04. After the update, I cannot run DigiKam on one of them. I tried to remove, purge and reinstall digikam, libgdal, and libblosc1 - without success.DigiKam stops before opening any window or even the splash screen.
$ digikam digikam: symbol lookup error: /lib/libgdal.so.30: undefined symbol: blosc_cbuffer_validate $
I tried to find that symbol (
blosc_cbuffer_validate) in libgdal. The symbol is undefined in the library, indeed, but that is equally the case on my other computers where digikam starts normally.
$ nm -gD /lib/libgdal.so.30 | grep blosc_cbuffer U blosc_cbuffer_validate $
I was wondering in what way the computer that cannot run DigiKam anymore is different from the others, and can only think of these two differences:
- DigiKam was installed before the upgrade to Ubuntu 22.04
- It has an AMD Ryzen CPU, whereas the others have Intel i7.
What may be the problem? How can I solve it? Short of a solution, how could I narrow it down?