I installed pulse-5.3R2.i386.deb (the only version I got from my company) on my laptop running debian 9 (64 bit).
Unfortunately I have some problems:
First, I needed to add debian 9 as a major os version in PulseClient.sh (line 325)
if [ $DEBIAN_MAJOR_VERSION = 9 ];
Then, it complained about libwebkitgtk, which apparently needs to be the 32-bit version. I installed the package to /tmp and pointed LD_LIBRARY_PATH there.
Now, running ./pulseUi gives me the following error:
user@debian:/usr/local/pulse$ ./pulseUi ./pulseUi: error while loading shared libraries: libsoup-2.4.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Before I continue down that rabbit hole of manually installing packages: Is there an easier to do this on debian 9?
Thanks for any help!
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I had this same problem with Fedora, I had to export the pulse location to the ld library path.
this fixed this error for me, unfortunately in Fedora 27 webkitgtk is no longer supported so it brought me to a new error. maybe this is it for you though?