Hello everyone,

i already saw there are two other posts about an UnsatisfiedLinkError, but none of them solved my problem. I'm developing an java application running on a Redhat server. If i initialize the FREngine i'm getting the following error:

Exception in thread "Thread-1" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /opt/ABBYY/FREngine11/Bin/libFREngine.Jni.so: libFineObj.so: Cannot open the shared object file: file or directory not found

I don't understand why the file can't be found because if i watch my filesystem the file is existent.

If you need any more information just ask for it :)

Thanks in advance, Loris Bachert

asked 01 Oct '15, 15:37

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Such error message could appear when path to FREngine libraries or to JDK is not specified. To avoid the appearance of this message, please, run the following commands before building and running your application:

EXPORT LD_LIBRARY_PATH=<FREngine_Install_Dir>/Bin
EXPORT JDK=<path to JDK on your machine>
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answered 06 Oct '15, 17:46

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This solved my problem. Thanks a lot :)

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answered 07 Oct '15, 09:15

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