Re: [Evolution] After an update this evening Evolution crash at opening...

Hi Milan,

Somes news about the problem, that in fact is not a real problem ...
I have send message on the OpenSuse forum and one of the "guru" tell me that I have mixed repositories and I have to change repositories from Gnome to OSS-Tumbleweed for Evolution and dependencies
I've done that and... Fixed...
So ... I'm a little confused about my foolishness...
But I thank you again
Have nice day

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Le mardi 29 juin 2021 à 09:52 +0200, Milan Crha via evolution-list a écrit :
On Mon, 2021-06-28 at 22:03 +0200, ppes club-internet fr wrote:
ppes@FIXE-MAISON:~> evolution  
evolution: symbol lookup error: /lib64/
undefined symbol:

the above means that you updated either libphonenumber or evolution-
data-server, but not both, thus they mismatch and the evolution-data-
server's libebook-contacts fails to load due to a missing symbol
provided by libphonenumber. You need to rebuild evolution-data-server
against the libphonenumber version you have installed. If you use
precompiled version provided by the distribution maintainers, then let
them know the provided version is broken (unless the other updated
package is waiting in the update queue or something like that).

A quick workaround is to downgrade the one which had been updated.

This does not affect your data, it's safe.

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