Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Wilco Beekhuizen
Nice to see some of you guys can actually compile it. I'm trying to compile it (using the 1.5.x mozconfig) but compilation fails pretty soon (using gcc 4.1.1) with a relocation error:unresolvable relocation against symbol `PR_LocalTimeParameters' I can't find a solution to this problem. I'm using

Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Alberto Hernando
El Lunes, 30 de Octubre de 2006 10:33, Wilco Beekhuizen escribió: Nice to see some of you guys can actually compile it. I'm trying to compile it (using the 1.5.x mozconfig) but compilation fails pretty soon (using gcc 4.1.1) with a relocation error: unresolvable relocation against symbol

Firefox weirdness

2006-10-30 Thread Dave Abergel
Hi I have a problem with firefox. I had 1.5.0.6 installed, compiled as per the BLFS instructions and as of Friday, everything seemed to be working fine. I get to my computer this morning, and it crashes leaving the following message in the terminal: The program 'firefox-bin' received an X

Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Alan Lord
Alberto Hernando wrote: El Lunes, 30 de Octubre de 2006 10:33, Wilco Beekhuizen escribió: Nice to see some of you guys can actually compile it. I'm trying to compile it (using the 1.5.x mozconfig) but compilation fails pretty soon (using gcc 4.1.1) with a relocation error: unresolvable

Re: Firefox weirdness

2006-10-30 Thread Wilco Beekhuizen
2006/10/30, Dave Abergel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: HiI have a problem with firefox. I had 1.5.0.6 installed, compiled as perthe BLFS instructions and as of Friday, everything seemed to be workingfine. I get to my computer this morning, and it crashes leaving the following message in the terminal:The

Re: Firefox weirdness

2006-10-30 Thread Dave Abergel
OK, sorry for my noise. A bit of googling went a long way: https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/flashplugin-nonfree/+bug/62988 suggests that the problem is to do with flash and gives the following fix: add export XLIB_SKIP_ARGB_VISUALS=1 to /usr/bin/firefox and everything seems to

Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Alberto Hernando
El Lunes, 30 de Octubre de 2006 11:11, Alan Lord escribió: Alberto, do you have Java on your machine? Yes. I have jdk, because I thought I needed it for kde, but only the binary package. Very easy to install. But I have had it all the time and had xul and xml problems too, so I don't know.

Problem compiling nfs-utils with 2.6.18 kernel-headers

2006-10-30 Thread Alessandro Alocci
Compiling nfs-utils-1.0.10 on a system with linux kernel 2.6.18.1 I get this error: make[2]: Entering directory `/mnt/rh/bld/nfs-utils-1.0.10/tools/getkversion' if gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../../support/include -D_GNU_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE -g -O2 -g -O2 -MT getkversion-getkversion.o -MD

Re: Multi-user Remote Graphical Session Server w/ Windows Client software

2006-10-30 Thread Rainer Peter Feller
On Mon, 2006-10-30 at 09:49 +0100, Rainer Peter Feller wrote: putty + any free X-server for win32 will do the trick you might try Xming http://www.straightrunning.com/XmingNotes/ putty http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ -- H CUH Rainer Peter Feller H --

Re: PAM, HAL, and PolicyKit

2006-10-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/29/06, Simon Geard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here's a tip for when you do look at it, which may save you some time and frustration. The package includes a pam module which grants local users a 'desktop-console' privilege - this module only considers X sessions to be local, i.e TTY matches

Re: Problem compiling nfs-utils with 2.6.18 kernel-headers

2006-10-30 Thread Alessandro Alocci
Alle 15:50, lunedì 30 ottobre 2006, Dan Nicholson ha scritto: Fedora is working around the problem by just not building getiversion and getkversion at all. They just fiddle with the SUBDIRS value in tools/. Here's their patch, which unfortunately has some other unrelated things mixed in:

Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Wilco Beekhuizen
2006/10/30, Alberto Hernando [EMAIL PROTECTED]: El Lunes, 30 de Octubre de 2006 11:11, Alan Lord escribió: Alberto, do you have Java on your machine?Yes. I have jdk, because I thought I needed it for kde, but only the binarypackage. Very easy to install. But I have had it all the time and had xul

Re: Multi-user Remote Graphical Session Server w/ Windows Client software

2006-10-30 Thread Dominic Hilsbos
Thank you. Do you know of any How-To for setting this up? What do I need to do to X to do this? What do I need to do to the SSH server to do this? What do I need to configure on the client machine to do this? I'm sorry to still have all these questions, and again thank you for making a

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Ken Moffat
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 02:47:55PM -0500, Kevin Williams wrote: Hi, I am using BLFS book Version svn-20061015. I have installed all the packages from the start to the XOrg part. Now, I'm into KDE, compiled aRts successfully but am stuck when it comes to compiling kdelibs. I'll note in

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Kevin Williams
Thanks for the quick response. I'm gonna look into this 3.5.5. Hope, I don't have to recompile too many packages. If it is only recompiling some 10 -15 packages, shouldn't be a problem. Whatever it may be, I'll come back and shout a few words on that. As I were stuck with kdelibs compilation

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/30/06, Kevin Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As I were stuck with kdelibs compilation problem, I decided to go ahead with Gnome. Which, unfortunately has lead me into another problem. Less than ten minutes back, I were compiling libgnomeui-2.14.1. It bailed out with the following

Re: Firefox 2.0

2006-10-30 Thread Alan Lord
Alberto Hernando wrote: El Lunes, 30 de Octubre de 2006 11:11, Alan Lord escribió: Alberto, do you have Java on your machine? Yes. I have jdk, because I thought I needed it for kde, but only the binary package. Very easy to install. But I have had it all the time and had xul and xml

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Kevin Williams
Sorry about that. My bad ! I installed gtk+-2.10.6 instead of 2.8.20 thinking it would be great to have a newer version installed ! I am in the process of compiling gtk+2.8.20 at the omment. Though, I said I was gonna take a break, yet I browsed thru' source code (header files) to check for

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Ken Moffat
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 04:00:35PM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote: On 10/30/06, Kevin Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -D_POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS -D_REENTRANT -DG_DISABLE_DEPRECATED -mtune=pentium4m -march=pentium4m -msse2 -MT gtkfilesystemgnomevfs.lo -MD -MP -MF

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/30/06, Kevin Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry about that. My bad ! I installed gtk+-2.10.6 instead of 2.8.20 thinking it would be great to have a newer version installed ! I am in the process of compiling gtk+2.8.20 at the omment. Though, I said I was gonna take a break, yet I

Re: Cannot compile kdelibs-3.5.2 - Invalid Type Conversion !!

2006-10-30 Thread Ken Moffat
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 07:22:50PM -0500, Kevin Williams wrote: Though, I said I was gonna take a break, yet I browsed thru' source code (header files) to check for the struct 'GtkFileSystemIface'. 2.10.6 really isn't the same as 2.8.20 at least in this particular struct. I could see

CUPS-1.1.23 cannot compile with libpng-1.1.12 ! - upgrade to CUPS-1.2.5

2006-10-30 Thread Jerzy Goca
I was  compiling CUPS-1.1.23  and got an error: (...) Compiling imagetops.c... (...) Compiling image-png.c... image-png.c: In function 'ImageReadPNG': image-png.c:89: warning: format '%d' expects type 'int', but argument 3 has type 'png_uint_32' image-png.c:89: warning: format '%d' expects

Re: CUPS-1.1.23 cannot compile with libpng-1.1.12 ! - upgrade to CUPS-1.2.5

2006-10-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/30/06, Jerzy Goca [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was compiling CUPS-1.1.23 and got an error: (...) Compiling imagetops.c... (...) Compiling image-png.c... image-png.c: In function 'ImageReadPNG': image-png.c:89: warning: format '%d' expects type 'int', but argument 3 has type

Re: CUPS-1.1.23 cannot compile with libpng-1.1.12 ! - upgrade to CUPS-1.2.5

2006-10-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/30/06, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/30/06, Jerzy Goca [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was compiling CUPS-1.1.23 and got an error: (...) Compiling imagetops.c... (...) Compiling image-png.c... image-png.c: In function 'ImageReadPNG': image-png.c:89: warning:

Re: CUPS-1.1.23 cannot compile with libpng-1.1.12 ! - upgrade to CUPS-1.2.5

2006-10-30 Thread Kevin Williams
Just wanted to say that, what has been said by Jerzy is true and something I myself encountered a couple of days before. It took me an hours googling and going thru' the source code to realize this. I was thinking of coming back later and update wiki page of BLFS. There is a thread on

Re: Multi-user Remote Graphical Session Server w/ Windows Client software

2006-10-30 Thread IsomerX
I read through the stuff on the website and got it working, thank you for pointing me to this. As always been awesome dealing with this group of people Thank you. Do you know of any How-To for setting this up? What do I need to do to X to do this? What do I need to do to the SSH server

Re: CUPS-1.1.23 cannot compile with libpng-1.1.12 ! - upgrade to CUPS-1.2.5

2006-10-30 Thread Jerzy Goca
Dan Nicholson napisał(a): Just read your whole message and it seems that you've done this already. Feel free to add any comments to the ticket above. Thank you Dan, I was writing because I haven't seen the 'ticket' page before. :-D Sorry for my ignorance. It seems that I am doing a lot of

[nitpicking] Re: Multi-user Remote Graphical Session Server w/ Windows Client software

2006-10-30 Thread Rainer Peter Feller
On Mon, 2006-10-30 at 21:53 -0700, IsomerX wrote: I read through the stuff on the website and got it working, thank you for pointing me to this. As always been awesome dealing with this group of people Thank you. Do you know of any How-To for setting this up? What do I need