On Mon, Apr 06, 1998 at 03:37:49PM -0400, Alex deVries wrote:
> I'm interested in finding the following things, before I invest time in
> recreating them:
> 1. XFree stuff.
> Somewhere, somehow, I picked up a copy of /usr/X11R6/lib/libXaw.so.6.1,
> but I no longer remember who compiled it for SGI/Linux. Alan, maybe? In
> any case, when I try to run 'xterm' (which came in the same tarball,
> IIRC), I get a:
> libXaw.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> although the file exists.
Check /etc/ld.so.conf. It should contain a line ``/usr/X11R6/lib'' or
``/usr/X11R6/lib''. If it's missing, add it and run /sbin/ldconfig.
Note that adding the path to LD_LIBRARY_PATH won't work for suid programs
like for example xterm.
> Does anyone have source patched I could turn into an RPM, or is this all
> pretty much just from the source?
Last X work I've done is a port of all XFree 3.3.1 (client only). Miguel
was working on the kernel stuff for running Xsgi but got stalled due to
Gnome. I'm currently travelling, so I don't have access to all my disks but
I *think* I've got the latest X sources with me; I'll attach a diff file.
> 2. binutils
> I think my sdb has taken a bit of a crash, since I can compile properly
> only at certain times of the day. Is there a binutils RPM out there
> anywhere, and if not, can people tell me a list of the required patches
> and latest version?
Native rpms are out there.
> Other notes:
> - When rpm 2.5 comes out later this week (possibly today), it'll have the
> problems with mipseb/mipsel sorted out. Eventually all the RPMs on Linus
> in the mipsel are going to have to be replaced with repackaged ones.
The incompatibility isn't that bad; rpm can be forced to install rpms of
the other flavour safely.
> RedHat 5.1 comes out (my guess: early next month), I'll compile the mipseb
> packages. In any case, I'll get mipsel RPMs out when 2.5 comes out for
> easy upgrading.
Ok. When you upload srpms to linus, could you also keep a list online,
which of them have been modified? That will keep upgrading / merging changes
back to Redhat easier.
> - I'm going to be in Raleigh-Durham for LinuxExpo May 28-30. Is there any
> chance of us having an informal get together?
I might be there.