Re: Firefox error to install

2005-08-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/bin# firefox *** nsExtensionManager::_disableObsoleteExtensions - failure, catching exception so finalize window can close /usr/lib/firefox-1.0.6/run-mozilla.sh: line 159: 25954 Segment Fault $prog ${1+$@} I downloaded the version 1.06 (I changed the commands from

Re: No mailto in Firefox-1.0.6--No links in Thunderbird

2005-08-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
Dan McGhee wrote: Currently I can neither use the mailto function in Firefox-1.0.6 nor can I get Thunderbird-1.0.6 to open URL's in Firefox. As I recall I have not been able to do this since I built LFS and BLFS. I'm using LFS 6.0 and BLFS 6.0. However, I installed firefox and thunderbird

Re: Firefox error to install

2005-08-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
Luckily, someone told me that my fonts were probably fubared, and that's indeed what it was. :) I saw that. Glad it worked out that easily and you weren't trying to figure out forks and whatever else the debugger says. Ugh. Dan -- http://linuxfromscratch.org/mailman/listinfo/blfs-support

OpenSSH server not working - connection closed

2005-08-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
Hi, I installed openssh-4.1p1 from blfs-6.1, and I'm having trouble getting the server to work. I've used the book instructions except not with static openssl libs or kerberos. Also, I changed the CFLAG in Makefile from -mcpu=pentium to -march=pentium3. Maybe that's the problem, but seems

Re: No mailto in Firefox-1.0.6--No links in Thunderbird

2005-08-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
Then do you just point Thunderbird/Firefox to the wrappers by user.js or prefs.js: user_pref(network.protocol-handler.app.mailto, path_to_wrapper); Hmm, I hadn't really thought of that. I guess at work, GNOME is taking care of the MIME handling or whatever it's really called. I don't know

Re: OpenSSH server not working - connection closed

2005-08-16 Thread Dan Nicholson
If you are able to, you could try rebuilding a kernel without IPv6 to see if it helps. Alternatively, other people in this situation might I did indeed recompile the kernel without IPv6, but I keep getting the same errors. I'm pretty stumped. However, I stopped getting the Bind to port

Re: OpenSSH server not working - connection closed

2005-08-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
DNS is not working 100% correctly on my server yet, and as a consequence, host name lookups do not work from the specific machine the sshd was started on. Using the default settings sshd does name resolution checks that will fail, so it may serve as a temporary solution to set UseDNS to no in

Domain name support

2005-08-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
Having found that the SSH server problem I was having has been solved, I'd like to address the root issue. I ended up turning off DNS to get sshd to work, but that's not really what I want. So the question is, what do I have to do to have my domain name extracted on my machine? When I log

Re: Firefox and profile locking: Chapter 2

2005-08-24 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 8/24/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Using the installer as Archaic points out creates a Firefox that doesn't call the profile manager when invoked more than once. Invoking firefox a 2nd time simply opens another window of Firefox. As one would expect. Invoked like this (with

Re: firefox-1.0.6 gtk+2.8.0

2005-08-26 Thread Dan Nicholson
Just for everyone's information (if you care), it would probably make a difference if you check out the CVS because the *nix builds are moving to a default of using cairo. But this isn't implemented in the 1.0.x line. Based on Randy's info, it sounds like gtk-2.8.x works with firefox and

Re: user package hint gnome-panel

2005-08-31 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 8/31/05, David Ciecierski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello again, as you can see in the topic I'm following The Hint... and can't cope with installing gnome-panel anymore. Could someone please post how they did this? My install continues to fail badly. I know you've already invested quite a

Re: user package hint gnome-panel

2005-08-31 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 8/31/05, Tushar Teredesai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Basically I found that the DESTDIR approach was the best solution for creating a package before it was installed on the final system. I was wondering about that when I was considering package management. Do all packages respect the DESTDIR

Re: GTK configure fails on ATK check

2005-09-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 8/31/05, David Ciecierski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm, you might be right. The only problem is that I really need to get this PC done as soon as possible - my sister has been waiting for it for almost a month now :-) This isn't really my place to say, but is you're sister going to know

Re: Cannot install extensions in Thunderbird

2005-09-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 9/6/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is my understanding that if you use a .mozconfig file, then you must build Mozilla using the client.mk system (this might be wrong syntax, but essentially it is the Moz method that reads the .mozconfig file, then runs configure and make

X/gdm overwrites some environment variables

2005-09-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
Hi everyone, I've seen some remarks on this issue, but I'm hoping that someone can help me put them all together here. It seems that using a display manager like xdm or gdm, or even just running X, overwrites important variables set for a login shell. I don't like this behavior at all, and

Re: X/gdm overwrites some environment variables

2005-09-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
Randy McMurchy wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: ~ cat .profile if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then . ~/.bashrc fi == [EMAIL PROTECTED]: ~ cat .bashrc . /etc/profile [snip everything else that I want for me] I agree that that works, and that's probably what I'm going to

Re: X/gdm overwrites some environment variables

2005-09-07 Thread Dan Nicholson
Archaic wrote: xdm isn't messing with the path in the way that you think. xdm is it's own login prompt. Thanks, that's a really good explanation. Same to Simon from the other reply. I still don't understand why they wouldn't use the standard login procedure and build the environment from

Re: Unable to install thunderbird-1.0.6

2005-09-07 Thread Dan Nicholson
Ilja Honkonen wrote: error: file '../../toolkit/locales/en-US/chrome/necko/contents.rdf' doesn't exist at ../../config/make-jars.pl line 418. Make sure you have the configuration options set exactly. Particularly, I believe that you may not have set MOZ_THUNDERBIRD=1. That's a stab in the

Re: Unable to install thunderbird-1.0.6

2005-09-07 Thread Dan Nicholson
Dan Nicholson wrote: I think that file is only included in the mozilla-1.7.x tarball, so IIRC the build system is trying to build the suite rather than the mail application. It will do this by default if you don't specifically tell it to build thunderbird. In fact, I just saw a post

Re: Search bar in Firefox not working

2005-09-20 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 9/20/05, jlh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: and I once thought that setting --enable-extensions=all is a good thing. I later then set it to --enable-extensions=default, default is for the mozilla suite (basically). If you want to be sure about the extensions for firefox, look at the file

Re: DivX support for gstreamer

2005-09-27 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 9/27/05, David Ciecierski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm, if not through the official DivX linux libraries - then how do you play your divx files? I would love to get this thing sorted out. Why not use Xvid? It's open source, and not dated from 2 years ago. I believe you can use either to

Re: Configure error gnome-print-0.37

2005-09-28 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 9/24/05, randhir phagura [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unknown library `xml' checking for xmlNewDoc in -lxml... Unknown library `xml' yes Unknown library `xml' checking for libxml (gnome-xml) version = 1.8.8... Unknown library `xml' configure: error: You need at least libxml 1.8.8 for this

Re: Configure error gnome-print-0.37

2005-09-29 Thread Dan Nicholson
randhir phagura wrote: This is someting for the experts to see and conclude the cause: I kind of doubt any of the experts are going to launch into a GNOME 1 build right now, so maybe you could become the expert. I re-installed 'libxml-1.8.17' in '/usr', thinking that earlier installation

Re: GraphViz can't find java headers

2005-10-04 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/3/05, Jeremy Herbison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Running ./configure --prefix=/usr gives the following: checking for java... java checking jni.h usability... no checking jni.h presence... no checking for jni.h... no configure: WARNING: Unable to find header jni.h. The Java packages will

Re: ssh client dropped right after userid prompt

2005-10-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
Alexander E. Patrakov wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote: Updating glibc, i.e. rebuilding everything, is a tough option if it's only being done to get your ssh server working. I didn't say rebuild anything. If you only apply a tiny patch on top of glibc-2.3.4, it stays binary compatible with all

Re: No Thunderbird RSS Feed Menu Option - SOLVED

2005-10-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
Randy McMurchy wrote: Doug Reich wrote these words on 09/06/05 08:55 CST: I noticed a number of old posts on this problem, namely, that there is no option to create an RSS or Movemail account in Thunderbird after installing it, even though there is one in the source tree. I never saw a bug

Re: GNOME 2.12 Status

2005-10-10 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/10/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You're only saying this because you saw my first round of commits to update to 2.12.1, right? Look before you speak, I guess. Right after I wrote that I checked out the svn, and, lo and behold, there's 2.12 in general.ent. So, I'm building

Re: GNOME 2.12 Status

2005-10-10 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/10/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You're only saying this because you saw my first round of commits to update to 2.12.1, right? So many freaking packages in GNOME! I was gonna try not to include GNOME this time when I did BLFS, but so many of the GTK2 apps that I like depend

Control-center-2.12.1

2005-10-11 Thread Dan Nicholson
Hey Randy, Control-center --enable-aboutme bombed looking for libebook/e-book.h. I think this is in evolution, which I didn't install. Here's the error: gnome-about-me.c:32:29: libebook/e-book.h: No such file or directory Seems configure didn't really figure out whether I had evolution or

Re: GNOME Icon Theme issue

2005-10-13 Thread Dan Nicholson
Randy McMurchy wrote: Well, for what it is worth, I'd like to get totem in the book. Let me know if you plan on doing this and I'll share my experience with you. For me, it's more pain than reward. Along with the iso-codes PyXML nonsense, the mozilla plugin required d-bus for some reason,

Re: Perl Mods MD5SUM Failure

2005-10-17 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/17/05, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All 39 Perl Modules downloaded over the BLFS 6.1 book links (Chapter 12. Programming) FAIL on the md5sums as given in the file Perl_Modules.gz.md5sums there. What gives? Same thing happened to me about a month ago. Sorry I didn't

Re: acrobat reader

2005-10-17 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/17/05, Doug Ronne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/17/05, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I recall, I tried it on my last BLFS and had the same problem. Had to revert to 5.0.10. Now, I just use evince. It's very nice if you want to hammer through the dependencies. I

Re: Double Bash-prompt

2005-10-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/18/05, Maarten Th. Mulders [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: just installed LFS 6.1 and started with BLFS 6.1. But when I changed /etc/bashrc according to the book, I get a double Bash-prompt, like: [EMAIL PROTECTED] : /[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# instead of [EMAIL PROTECTED] : /root In blfs, the

Re: Double Bash-prompt

2005-10-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/19/05, Maarten Th. Mulders [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: grep PS1 /etc/bashrc /etc/profile ~/.bash_profile ~/.bashrc gives: echo $PS1 gives: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:\w\$ I'm telling you, it's the variable PROMPT_COMMAND. If his prompt is [EMAIL PROTECTED] : /[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~#

Re: Double Bash-prompt

2005-10-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/19/05, Maarten Th. Mulders [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Try changing that line in/etc/profile.d/extra-prompt.sh and moving it back to having just the extension .sh. Let me know if that works because it's been bugging mefor a long time. Well, I'm not running X, so I can't test it for

Re: Double Bash-prompt

2005-10-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/19/05, Archaic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, Oct 19, 2005 at 12:05:06PM -0700, Dan Nicholson wrote: Are you at linux console? What's $TERM? Could you just try anyway? I'm curious if what I suggested will just slink into the background if you're not at an xterm. The book can

Re: Double Bash-prompt

2005-10-20 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/20/05, Tor Olav Stava [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'll give it a try :) But still, I guess this won't work in a non-login shell? It would be a nice feature when I'm using package users when building packages. It's happened more than once that I screw something up, cause I wrote some

specify gnome default applications

2005-10-20 Thread Dan Nicholson
I'm hoping someone can help me out with configuration of gnome. The problem is that when I have multiple applications registering the same MIME type, I don't know which will become the default action in Nautilus (or anywhere that's linked in GNOME). Here's my current situation. I installed

Re: specify gnome default applications

2005-10-20 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/20/05, Brandin Creech [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know about the details of the MIME type files (I'm kind of afraid to mess with them), but I do know that Nautilus can easily be told which application to use for particular file types. Find an OGG file, and choose File, Properties,

Re: Mouse wheel doesn't work under xorg-6.8.2

2005-10-21 Thread Dan Nicholson
Simon Geard wrote: On Thu, 2005-10-20 at 18:54 +0200, Simon Scheiwiller wrote: This is my mouse section in xorg.conf Section InputDevice Identifier Mouse0 Driver mouse Option Protocol PS/2 Option Device /dev/input/mice Option

Re: dbus problem

2005-10-25 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/24/05, Dennis J Perkins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've found that gdm doesn't call .xinitrc for some reason, so dbus-launch never runs. This is true, gdm does not behave the same way as issuing startx from the console. But you can get it to do what you want. I have dbus running right now

Re: transcode config can't find lzo headers

2005-10-25 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/25/05, Simon Scheiwiller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the configure script for transcode 0.6.14 looks for the lzo headers in /usr/include. when i pass the option --with-lzo-includes=/usr/include/lzo, it looks for the headers in /usr/include/lzo/include. is there a patch for transcode for

Re: transcode config can't find lzo headers

2005-10-25 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/25/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Changing the defaults may not work however. The problem is because I believe Transcode wants LZO-1 and the OP has LZO-2 installed. Sometimes, just getting configure to see the changes isn't enough. There is a reason the LZO maintainer uses

Re: transcode config can't find lzo headers

2005-10-25 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/25/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 10/25/05 17:28 CST: I ran into this last time I installed Transcode. Another alternative for the OP is to install the most recent version of Transcode. They are up to 1.0.1 as of now. You can find

Re: openssh closes connection after username is sent

2005-10-26 Thread Dan Nicholson
Jeroen Bruinink wrote: Hi, I just compiled openssl-0.9.7h and openssh-4.2p1. I ran all the tests and there were no errors. However, when I start sshd and try to login with putty the server closes the connection after I send my username. Below is the output of /usr/sbin/sshd -ddd. Can anyone

Re: openssh closes connection after username is sent

2005-10-27 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/27/05, Matthew Burgess [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote: I understand that. That's what the Errata is for. Until 6.1.1 is released (if it is), this patch should probably appear there so people don't continue to run into this problem. Not everybody builds SVN. We

Re: openssh closes connection after username is sent

2005-10-27 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/27/05, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 10/27/05, Matthew Burgess [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We (in this instance we = website project) accept patches :-) OK. I'll try to put something together and send it to lfs-book. Um, I just realized I have no idea how the website

Re: Cant rebuild GCC 3.4.4 on BLFS 6.1

2005-10-27 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/27/05, Jonas Norlander [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And the error is still there. I noticed that my locale settings have influence on the tests, after unset my LC_* and LANG i get much less errors. After googling i found this [1] which look related to my problem. I will try the suggested

Re: openssh closes connection after username is sent

2005-10-27 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 10/27/05, Alexander E. Patrakov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote: Here's a patch I made up for the errata page. CC'ing website. Could someone with a real understanding of the bug have a look at the wording? (Alexander? Matthew?) Hopefully it meshes with the stylings

Re: Using the hint Time

2005-11-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/6/05, Dan McGhee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Situation 1: After using tzselect and following the instructions my timezone is 'America/Chicago.' The command says 'cp --remove-destination /usr/share/zoneinfo/$TIMEZONE /etc/localtime' I typed it directly and then noticed--much later--that

Re: apr needed for subversion [was: libcolorspace (for gst-plugins) source tarball download?]

2005-11-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/9/05, S. Anthony Sequeira [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, the news server is out of service, so I have to post this way. --- On Tue, Nov 08, 2005 at 06:05:17PM -0600, Randy McMurchy wrote: Steffen R.

Re: apr needed for subversion [was: libcolorspace (for gst-plugins) source tarball download?]

2005-11-10 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/10/05, S. Anthony Sequeira [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 09 November 2005 21:57, Dan Nicholson wrote: OK, attempt #2. You can control where the build directory goes with --with-installbuilddir. If you really don't want it, and you don't mind where subversion installs the apr

Re: prompt issue (was no subject)

2005-11-14 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/14/05, IraqiGeek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My problem is that if I customize the the prompt, I will still get a [EMAIL PROTECTED]: /PATH before any prompt string that I set. Imagine this if I am in a subdirectory, the prompt will be something like this: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/[EMAIL

Re: [OT] Sending 'clean' mail

2005-11-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/16/05, Archaic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: snip loads of technical goodies Archaic, As someone with absolutely no experience setting up a mail server asking someone who obviously has tons of experience, what is some of the better documentation to read on the subject? Seems there are a ton

Re: [OT] Sending 'clean' mail

2005-11-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/18/05, Archaic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you aren't adverse to buying books, then hands down the best doco I have ever found is The Book of Postfix by Hildebrandt and Koetter. Pricey, but is a nearly one-stop shop for understanding the mail protocol and mail server theory and

Re: [OT] Sending 'clean' mail

2005-11-18 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/18/05, Archaic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Nov 18, 2005 at 11:31:13AM -0800, Dan Nicholson wrote: One more Q before getting out of your hair. Any doco suggestions for running an IMAP server. This is really what I want to do, I think. BLFS-6.0 and also look on postfix.org

Re: Problems with Openoffice-2.0.0

2005-11-20 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/19/05, Doug Ronne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In fact, I can't run any program when LD_ASSUME_KERNEL is set to 2.4.0. For instance running /bin/ls: What is the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.0 supposed to be for? It was suggested that I needed it to get Matlab 7.0 working, but I had similar

Re: Nautilus icons are all equals

2005-11-21 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/21/05, Luca Dionisi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi folks I've just finished the installation of Gnome Core packages by following the BLFS 6.1 and using the package users hint. Once I arrived to the chapter of configuration (that is last section of chapter 30) I gave the command

Re: Nautilus icons are all equals

2005-11-21 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/21/05, Luca Dionisi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 11/21/05, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /usr/share/mime is actually not an install dir. It is so because I installed the shared-mime-info package before starting to install Gnome. Anyway, thinking about this, when I did update

Re: Firefox 1.5rc3 error

2005-11-22 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/22/05, Peter B. Steiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone tried to build 1.5 using the 1.07 instructions in the book? I'm getting compile errors with the negotiateauth extension, so I had to remove that from the --enable-extensions configure option before it would build correctly. I

Re: Firefox 1.5rc3 error

2005-11-23 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/22/05, Peter B. Steiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone tried to build 1.5 using the 1.07 instructions in the book? I'm getting compile errors with the negotiateauth extension, so I had to remove that from the --enable-extensions configure option before it would build correctly. The

Re: a good OCR

2005-11-23 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/23/05, sacarde [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to try ocrad but it accepts only file with extension .pgm or .pbm, when sane creates file .pnm how transform it ? Don't know off the top of my head, but GIMP might. Although, it may require netpbm to provide the actual

Re: dhcp client problem

2005-11-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/30/05, JJBennett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: THanks alot my problem was that /etc/resolv.conf was not properly configured. - Original Message - From: Matthew Carson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: BLFS Support List blfs-support@linuxfromscratch.org Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 2:07 PM

Re: I can't setup two network interfaces

2005-11-30 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 11/30/05, David Rosal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After several hours of hard research, I located the source of the problem: The cable was broken. Ouch. That's an onion in the ointment. Well, at least you found the problem and it didn't turn out to be a glibc bug or something. -- Dan --

Re: OO2 and ldap compiling errors

2005-12-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/1/05, Jeremy Monnet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/1/05, Stef Bon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What you want. If Firefox is found, the OO configure script assumes you want the ldapheaders from firefox, which are in a /usr/include/firefox*/ldap directory. If you did not compile firefox

Re: Gnomish problems

2005-12-04 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/4/05, Tapio Kelloniemi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm having trouble with my GNOME 2.12 installation and would like to receive some advice. The whole story of my unsuccess is here: [...] First I tried to build GNOME 2.12.1 using the exact same versions of the packages that the book

Re: openssh sshd configuration issues

2005-12-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/6/05, Erik Garrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been trying to configure my openssh server for the past hour or so. I'm running LFS 6.1. I have installed iptables, but made sure to open port 22 for ssh. Your using LFS 6.1? What version of glibc and openssh do you have? Could you run

Re: openssh sshd configuration issues

2005-12-06 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/6/05, Erik Garrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Confirmed, I have glibc-2.3.4, OpenSSH_4.1p1. I should've read the errata before However, while turning off UseDNS does the trick, turning UseDNS back on and making the directory /var/lib/sshd/lib does not work. The crash returns exactly

Re: problems with qt on lfs-svn system

2005-12-07 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/7/05, Jaap Struyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have some additional info from config.log: configure:32753: checking for Qt configure: 32818: /opt/qt/include/qstyle.h taking that tried NO Do you have /opt/qt/lib/pkgconfig in PKG_CONFIG_PATH? That's usually where the flags needed for

Re: openssh sshd configuration issues

2005-12-07 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/7/05, Erik Garrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/6/05, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The real solution is to rebuild glibc with a patch, but you've gotta have experience or cajones to do it. If you're interested, I could tell you how to do it. It's not insane, but care

Re: OOo2 Build Error (new one!)

2005-12-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/15/05, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alan Lord wrote these words on 12/15/05 16:05 CST: [Firefox configure] ./configure [snip many options] --disable-ldap [snip more options] I believe if you want to build OOo2 when building against an installed copy of Firefox, you need to

Re: tcl-8.4.11 configure error with bash-3.1

2005-12-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/19/05, NP [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello ! Trying to build tcl-8.4.1 (BLFS SVN-20051219 / Kernel 2.6.12.5) : Using bash-3.00.16 : ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-threads runs without error Using bash-3.1 : ./configure: line 7624: syntax error near unexpected token `)'

Re: tcl-8.4.11 configure error with bash-3.1

2005-12-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/19/05, NP [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 05-12-19 15:10, you wrote: There's a syntax error in tcl's configure script that gets through on bash-3.0. See the lfs development book for the fix: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/development/chapter05/tcl.html Further errors still

Re: OOo2 Build Error (new one!)

2005-12-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/19/05, Alan Lord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am getting to the point where I can see myself really getting rid of M$oft for good! Hooraaah. Thanks to all for a brilliant project (LFS/BLFS), well documented and great fun! I can't really believe how many hours I spend building/re-building

Re: tcl-8.4.11 configure error with bash-3.1

2005-12-19 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/19/05, NP [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FYI Tk-8.4.12 needs the same sed fix as reported above. Could you file a bug report so this isn't forgotten? If you don't want to make an account, please send back the exact fix you did and I'll open the bug. http://blfs-bugs.linuxfromscratch.org/ --

Re: Struggling with Init, Login, X and LiveCD

2005-12-23 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/23/05, Simon Geard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 2005-12-22 at 13:38 +0100, thorsten wrote: Perhaps my setup is different, but I can copy and paste into a XTerm using the middle mouse button. It works between two XTerms, between eg. firefox and one XTerm etc. Useful tip -

Re: Using LiveCD for Initital Setup of BLFS

2005-12-29 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/28/05, Dan McGhee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If this is a first time, (and I can't believe that no one has tried it yet) I'll post with my {,un}successes. Certainly not the first time. Where LFS ends and BLFS begins is pretty subjective. You can build as much as you want in the chroot.

Re: IDE cdrom on /dev/hda not in group disk

2005-12-29 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/29/05, Alexander E. Patrakov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Benton wrote: ka-long wrote: But in udevs 25-lfs-rule file is: KERNEL==hd*, GROUP=disk But that's not the rule that makes the /dev/cdrom symlink. It's this rule you need to look at BUS==ide, KERNEL==*[!0-9],

Re: IDE cdrom on /dev/hda not in group disk

2005-12-29 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 12/29/05, DJ Lucas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote: changed the ownership of /dev/hd* back to disk. I circumvented it by adding the above hd* rule before my BUS==ide rule in 15-my.rules so that now it looks like this: KERNEL==hd*, GROUP=disk BUS==ide, KERNEL==hd[a-z

Re: Gaim-1.5.0 with NAS compile error

2006-01-03 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/3/06, Tushar Teredesai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 1/3/06, Simon Scheiwiller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thus spoke Tushar Teredesai: BTW, instead of patching, it would probably be easier to use: CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/X11R6/include ./configure ... Of course, but I think using the

Re: problem with mplayer - dev.rtc

2006-01-08 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/8/06, nicolas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i have installed mplayer, and now when linux starts i have this error message error: dev.rtc.max-user-freq is an unknown key I had this issue, too. I think the problem is that you don't have the RTC clock in your kernel, so this is a useless

Re: Firefox icon in upper right window corner

2006-01-15 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/15/06, Craig Colton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You should have a default.xpm icon in /usr/lib/firefox-1.5/icons. I think this is what the KDE window manager uses. If you don't have one, you may have to move one from your source folder, or your firefox-1.0 directory. No idea why it doesn't

Re: About kde.sh and qt.h.

2006-01-17 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/14/06, Stef Bon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, some time ago I wrote an article about scripts qt.sh and kde.sh in de /etc/profile.d directory No reply. I'm curious why? Not interesting? Missed it? Forgot it? Stef, I think the idea is that the Bash Shell Startup Files section is

Re: Firefox icon in upper right window corner

2006-01-17 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/17/06, Norman Urs Baier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Probably I did run the sed script twice, even though I thought I had deleted the source tree and started from beginning. Anyway running the sed script twice gives me an error which reminds of the one I got when trying the first time. Yes,

Re: rpm help please!

2006-01-24 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/24/06, Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: gcc -m64 -fPIC -fPIC -DPIC -D_GNU_SOURCE -D_REENTRANT -Wall -Wpointer-arith -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wno-char-subscripts -o rpm2cpio -static rpm2cpio.o ./lib/.libs/librpm.a -L/usr/lib6464

Re: rpm help please!

2006-01-24 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/24/06, Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: make[2]: Entering directory `/mnt/main/home/justin/src/rpm-4.4.4/perl' gcc -m64 -c -I../lib -I../rpmdb -I../rpmio -I../popt -fPIC -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -O2 -DVERSION=\0.66\ -DXS_VERSION=\0.66\ -fpic

Re: rpm help please!

2006-01-24 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/24/06, Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After searching the internet and some helpful advice on here I was told -D_GNU_SOURCE should fix the problem but only if it was included in the flags when perl was built. Why does it have to be included in the flags when perl was built? It would

Re: Wireless: and now, how to ? Solved !

2006-01-25 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/25/06, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Now, I've been meaning to get wireless-tools into the book for a *long* time. One thing or another keeps coming up that I end up doing instead. So, hurry up and create that hint so one of us BLFS Editors can copy it and put it in the book.

Re: gkd-pixbuf-config ?

2006-01-31 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/31/06, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is still there somewhere that old stuff? I don't think it will be of much help, but: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/5.1/general/perl-modules.html Looks like it's also in 6.0.

Re: Troubles with running python apps

2006-01-31 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 1/30/06, Trux [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/adesklets/signal_handler.py, line 19, in Signal_handler ImportError: /usr/lib/libreadline.so.4: undefined symbol: BC Im already recompile readline-4.0, but nothing is change. Question: What version of LFS are you

Re: problems with gnome-2.12

2006-02-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/1/06, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Olaf Grüttner wrote these words on 02/01/06 14:58 CST: I have added to /etc/profile: export PATH=$PATH:/opt/gnome-2.12/bin export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$PKG_CONFIG_PATH:/opt/gnome-2.12/lib/pkgconfig export

Re: problems with gnome-2.12

2006-02-01 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/1/06, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 02/01/06 15:44 CST: One thing I've found is that if XDG_..._DIRS are not the default, then you should set them before you build GNOME. I do the same thing (set them all before starting). I've thought

Re: ldconfig: wrong path

2006-02-08 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/8/06, Alberto Hernando [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: El Miércoles, 8 de Febrero de 2006 15:21, Chris Staub escribió: Then that probably means binutils is linked to the wrong libs. Run ldd on /usr/bin/ld. Here it is: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:Sarge:~# ldd /usr/bin/ld linux-gate.so.1 =

Re: Thunderbird-1.5 Spelling (SOLVED)

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Richard A Downing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK, for the record: chmod 644 /usr/lib/thunderbird-1.5/components/myspell/* somehow this fixes it. The perms were apparently screwed by installing the extension: spell-en-GB.xpi. This makes sense to me. If you don't have read

Re: Thunderbird-1.5 Spelling (SOLVED)

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Richard, maybe you could download that zip and check if the en_GB.aff and en_GB.dic files are the same as those from the .xpi. If so, maybe it would be as easy as inflating the zip files into the appropriate directory during the build to have

Re: problems with Xorg and kernel 2.6.15.3

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Ken Moffat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It _really_ depends what devices you plan on using - most of the time, I don't need hotplug at the moment and 2.6.15 (and later) work ok for me with older versions of udev. Thanks for the pointer, Ken. I've been scared to upgrade, and I thought

Re: Thunderbird-1.5 Spelling (SOLVED)

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Richard A Downing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the info. The files from http://ftp.services.openoffice.org/pub/OpenOffice.org/contrib/dictionaries are not identical to the .xpi versions. They are different sizes to start with, and a diff shows numerous differences in, what

Re: Thunderbird-1.5 Spelling (SOLVED)

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Randy McMurchy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 02/09/06 15:20 CST: Randy, what do you think about adding info about spellcheck dictionaries to Thunderbird/Mozilla? FYI, I don't know if the spellcheck is implemented the same way in Mozilla-1.7.x

Re: Thunderbird-1.5 Spelling (SOLVED)

2006-02-09 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/9/06, Dan Nicholson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: mkdir extensions/spellcheck/locales/en-GB unzip -d extensions/spellcheck/locales/en-GB /where/you/saved/en_GB.zip This should install en_GB.{aff,dic} to /usr/lib/thunderbird-1.5/components/myspell with the normal permissions. Here's a bit

Re: pkg-config

2006-02-10 Thread Dan Nicholson
On 2/10/06, Alberto Hernando [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. After fixing my problems with ldconfig, I can't make pkg-config work. Here is an example trying to configure cairo: Were you the person with the messed up glibc? Did you try rebuilding pkg-config after glibc? -- Dan --

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