[FreeNX-kNX] PPC Linux NX Client?
gcarter at aesgi.com
Thu Mar 13 13:41:52 UTC 2008
Yeah, you are not going to be using make utils to compile it.
I downloaded it and it appears to be some sort of IDE config.
I instantly thought it was Kdevelop, so I tried loading that up but the
project file I think is for qmake.
I do not like the fact that it would appear that this client uses closed
free binaries from nx.
I could be wrong, but although the library is free from NX, you do not
get the source code.
When we are talking about such basic things as connecting people
remotely to services, through a computer network, I like to have the
source code to audit everything.
Since I did not see a source rpm for the nx libs, I didn't bother
figuring out how to build it.
Joe Baker wrote:
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> George Wright wrote:
> | On Wednesday 12 March 2008 01:34:47 Joe Baker wrote:
> |> Thanks Seb, I'll give qtnx and nxcl a try tonight if I can manage the
> | Do let me know how you get on with qtnx/nxcl. I made a 0.9 release
> this week.
> | The instructions in the README are fairly comprehensive but you'll
> need to
> | run "qmake qtnx.pro" instead of just "qmake" when building qtnx.
> I dropped into the nxcl directory and tried:
> bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
> - --
> Joe Baker
> "I want my country back!"
> Vote Ron Paul for President
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