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Shared Library Error May Lead to Data Loss in Linu

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Are you unable to start any application or access data on Linux computer? Are you getting library errors while starting any application or retrieving data from the hard drive? This behavior may take place due to corrupt or missing library files of your Linux operating system.

In such situations, you must replace the damaged library files to keep your system functional. It leads to critical data loss situations and needs Linux Data Recovery to be fixed, if you do not have an updated backup in place.

As a practical example of this problem, you may encounter the below error message when you run any application on Linux operating system-based computer:

“Program name: error in loading shared libraries: lib xxx…so. X: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.”

After the above error, the application starting process gets terminated improperly and it cannot be used further.

Grounds of the problem

You may face this problem with the applications that use shared libraries in Linux. All the files of such applications become inaccessible, after you face this issue. Incompatible libraries to applications may cause this problem. You may also face such situations, if the Linux operating system and applications have mismatched versions of the libraries.

Damaged system files of the Linux operating system may also lead to this behavior of Linux operating system. Linux system files may get damaged due to a number of reasons, such as operating system malfunction, virus infection, unexpected system shutdown, and user mistakes.

The ultimate result of this problem is inaccessibility of your mission-critical data stored in the application files. In order to get your data backup, you must perform Data Recovery Linux.


Try the below two methods to sort out the issue:

•    Update the system libraries, if they are incompatible and causing this problem.

•    If it cannot resolve the issue, the problem can be due to missing or damaged system files. Reinstall the operating system to overcome it.

You should reinstall the operating system as a last resort, when all else fail to work. It may need formatting of the primary partition or entire hard drive if the drive is not partitioned. Formatting deletes all the data from hard drive and requires Linux Recovery to be fixed.

Linux Data Recovery applications enable safe, quick, and easy recovery in all cases of data loss. The software employs advanced scanning mechanisms to ensure absolute recovery in all cases of data loss.

Stellar Phoenix Linux Data Recovery software recovers lost, deleted, missing, and inaccessible data from your Linux hard drive. The software supports recovery from Ext4, Ext3, Ext2, FAT32, FAT16, and FAT12 file system volumes. It is usable with all major distributions of Linux, including SUSE, Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat, and Mandriva.

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