Karamba (was RE: [kde-solaris] 32-bit KDE 3.2.2 Solaris packages built
Philip.Jackson at sunderland.ac.uk
Mon Jun 7 11:32:38 CEST 2004
Stefan thanks for the packages, I was wondering if anyone had managed to
compile Karamba successfully on Solaris (sparc)? I have problems with the
version of QT even though it is correct the configure script always fails
with a QT version not found error.
From: Stefan Teleman [mailto:steleman at nyc.rr.com]
Sent: 06 June 2004 06:39
To: KDE Solaris
Subject: Re: [kde-solaris] 32-bit KDE 3.2.2 Solaris packages built with
You can relocate the installation directory with pkgadd. But then, you
have to go through the entire song and dance of configuring ld.so.1's
search path with crle(1M), which is not fun.
However, for this set of packages, this won't work anyway, because KDE
needs to have certain binaries installed setuid root.
Can you ask a sysadmin to install these for you ? /opt/kde-3.2.2 is
not exactly a standard Solaris directory tree. :-)
On Sunday 06 June 2004 01:29, Pablo Diaz-Gutierrez wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am a graduate student at UCI and our software installation
> ability is very restricted. Meaning that everything students
> install must be under certain directories, other than the standard
> Solaris ones. So would this release work with a different KDEDIR
> than /opt/kde-3.2.2, as specified?
> Thanks a lot for your work! Should this release work here, it would
> save me hours of work :).
> Pablo Diaz Gutierrez
> Jabber ID: pdg at jabber.com
Stefan Teleman 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'
steleman at nyc.rr.com -Monty Python
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