Packet Tracer 7.1.1 for Fedora workaround

asked 2018-03-15 14:36:05 -0500

MaoTao gravatar image

updated 2018-03-16 08:30:00 -0500

I have download Packet Tracer 7.1.1 64-bit (which is for Ubuntu 14.04). I run the script installer and all works great.

The problem is that it doesn't start. After a check with ldd it seems that it misses libcrypto.so.1.0.0. I can't find this specific library in official repos.

I checked my system and it is installed by Anaconda Python 3, so i copied it. If i run packettracer from terminal nothing happens nor i get any log in journal. If i run it from /opt/pt/bin where is installed with ./PacketTracer7 i get seg fault. Running a check with ldd again it says that the library copied from Anaconda is the wrong version.

So i managed to to get the original library file from an Ubuntu 14.04. Checked with ldd again all looking fine, except when i try to run it from terminal again with packettracer nothing happens.

If i run it as ./PacketTracer7 it starts normally, but after a few seconds i get a seg fault again.

Any ideas ?

------------------------------------UPDATE----------------------------------------------

Finally i was able to solve the issue. In order to make it work for Fedora 27, you need totally four shared libraries, which you just copy to /lib64 and run a sudo ldconfing

The libraries are: libcrypto.so.1.0.0, libicuuc.so.52, libicui18n.so.52 and libicudata.so.52

They all need to be 64-bit x8664. The way i obtain them is by a live image of Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit x8664 on a USB.

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hello please can you tell, where did you get those libraries?

jsd gravatar imagejsd ( 2018-04-04 11:41:07 -0500 )edit