--- Joe Marcus Clarke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Not having an /etc/make.conf is okay.  If you don't have WITHOUT_NSS
> set
> in /etc/make.conf or in your environment, then Gaim should be built
> with
> NSS support.  You might try running gaim -d from the command line,
> and
> see if it throws an error trying to load the encryption plug-in.

Thanks for the help Joe. I'm pretty certain that Gaim didn't build with
NSS support but I don't see any errors when running "gaim -d". I don't
see anything related to gaim-encryption or NSS being loaded either.

So it appears that Gaim isn't being built with NSS support. So if I
don't have an "/etc/make.conf" then how do I force Gaim to build with
NSS support when it compiles? Again I see stuff in the gaim MAKE file
but I don't know what I need to do specifically. Any suggestions or
documentation that shows me how to accomplish this task.

Joshua Banks

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