[kde-solaris] KDE 3.1.4 Solaris 8 released
steleman at nyc.rr.com
Tue Dec 16 11:28:35 CET 2003
I just installed this patch -- i dont' think the lack of it would make
a significant difference for KDE either, but it never hurts to stay
up-to-date with patches. :-)
On Monday 15 December 2003 23:15, Chad Schrock wrote:
> Probably not anything to be worried about, but Sun just released
> a patch for libsunmath and some related files. The patch is
> 113820-02 and was released on December 11.
> < From: Stefan Teleman <steleman at nyc.rr.com>
> < Hi!
> < Oh yes, libsunmath is in SUNWkderuntime. :-) Sun Microsystems
> allows < libsunmath.so.1 to be freely distributed with third-party
> software, < so i always include it. :-)
> < BTW, this libsunmath (included with 3.1.4) comes from Forte 8.
> The one < from 3.1.3 came from Forte 7. I don't know if they are
> fully < compatible with each other (i would think they are). The
> 3.1.4 < release linked against the Forte 8 libsunmath.
> < And now for the last-minute good news: i just discovered i can
> read my < emails through my wireless Internet. :-) Heh heh. So, i
> can answer < questions.
> < --Stefan
> < -----
> < On Monday 15 December 2003 17:46, Thomas Bennett wrote:
> < > Stefan,
> < >
> < > I said I did not have lnusertemp but I have, I had not
> installed < > kdelibs :-) But I am missing libsunmath as I removed
> the pakage it < > came in that you made for 3.1.3. It is part of
> Forte is it not? Is < > ther any way to get hold of it again?
> < >
> < > On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 09:30, you wrote:
> < > > I am very happy to let everyone know that i have uploaded all
> the < > > packages for KDE 3.1.4 SunOS 5.8 (Solaris 8) built with
> the Sun < > > Forte
Stefan Teleman 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'
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