[kde-solaris] Sol9+Kde3.3.1+Ultra: smb Konqueror does not work!!
jpenalba at corenetworks.es
Fri Mar 11 14:24:09 CET 2005
Im trying to fix this for 3.4 release, its already done, excepting those
I hope anyone on the list could help us to find the problem, because im
becoming crazy, i have tryed several samba releases from 2.2.8 to
3.0.11, with same results, recompiled kio_smb with same errors, i
cleaned all samba installations and i dont know why kio_smb.so is linked
against libsmbclient.so.0 wich doesnt exists, when it should be linking
Also making a symbolic link from libsmbclient.so to libsmbclient.so.0,
gaves me the same error...
The cups error is much more stranger, it searchs for symbol main, wich
is undefined on all libcups.so.2 that i have found... ????
# nm /usr/local/lib/libcups.so.2 | grep main
Does anyone know something about this problems?
Adrian Murillo wrote:
> I just finished loading KDE 3.3.1 to my Ultra 5 running Solaris 9,
> When I open Konqueror, LAN browser does not work and smb:// does not
> work either, any suggestion on how to make it work?
> I have samba 3.0.4 running adn I can access all my shares from my
> Windows workstations, I would like to be able to do the same from my
> Ultra and sparc5 machines:
> When I try smb://localhost
> I get the error message:
> "an error ocurred while loading smb://localhost/:
> Could not start process unable to create io-slave:
> klauncher said: Error loading 'kio_smb'.
> When I click on LAN browser (using Konqueror), I get the mesage:
> Error - Konqueror
> The Lisa daemon does not appear to be running.
> In order to use the LAN Browser the Lisa daemon must be installed and
> activated by the system administraotr.
> but I have configured it thru the Control Manager..
> And one more thing, when trying to use cups I get the message:
After configuring lisa, you must launch it manually as root
and its done
> The error was an error loading kdeprint_cups. The diagnostic is:
> id.so.1:kcmshell:fatal:relocation error: file
> /usr/local/lib/libcups.so.2: symbol main: referenced symbol not fund.
> but that files exists there.
> Any idea on how to fix this? I am somehow a newbie on this, I love KDE
> on Solaris/sparc/ultra and I really would like to have these somehow
> Thanks much!
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