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libXdamage Error

Avaplays

New Member
Hello there, i got following error when i start the bot:

Anyone knows how to fix it?

2021-11-28T01:19:39+01:00 Storing configuration.
2021-11-28T01:19:35+01:00 eof from data
2021-11-28T01:19:35+01:00 closing channels
2021-11-28T01:19:35+01:00 eof from voice
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 TSClient quit. LogLevel has been increased, please try to connect again to see more details.
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 Closed.
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 TS>/opt/sinusbot/teamspeak3-client/ts3client_linux_amd64: error while loading shared libraries: libXdamage.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 Starting instance ts3server://Avaplays.com?port=9987&nickname=SinusBot&password=&channel=&channelpassword=
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 About to run.
2021-11-28T01:19:34+01:00 Prespawn.
2021-11-28T01:19:26+01:00 BOT-CONFIG [admin] HOST CHANPW CHAN ANNOUNCE DESCRIPTION ANNOUNCESTR TTSURL CC OK
 

Leffe

Donor
is awesome!
I do not know if this is still needed but if you have not found a solution for this issue and use Ubuntu or a Debian based operating system.

Then you should be able to use the following below to get it working. I myself have had the same issue and solved it by installing the development package for libXdamage.

Code:
1. sudo apt-get update -y
    if you haven't installed updates in a while, then it's a good idea to do so by typing the following in your terminal "sudo apt-get upgrade -y"

2. sudo apt-get install -y libxdamage-dev

3. Try to connect to your TeamSpeak instance.
 
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Avaplays

New Member
I do not know if this is still needed but if you have not found a solution for this issue and use Ubuntu or a Debian based operating system.

Then you should be able to use the following below to get it working. I myself have had the same issue and solved it by installing the development package for libXdamage.

Code:
1. sudo apt-get update -y
    if you haven't installed updates in a while, then it's a good idea to do so by typing the following in your terminal "sudo apt-get upgrade -y"

2. sudo apt-get install -y libxdamage-dev

3. Try to connect to your TeamSpeak instance.
Works! Thank you so much <3
 
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