Mike Shaver wrote:
> Eric Kimminau wrote:
> > Obviously we are missing the actual XServer binary.
> > ANy chance I can get it from someone?
> I could give you a binary, but it'd lock your Indy up when you ran it.
> =/ I'm going to post in a bit with questions about the REX3, once I get
> my X tree back in place on bogomips. (Alex's installation went very
> well, BTW.)
:) Ive got someplace to install it when you have something you want to
pass out for testing.
> Someone might want to peek at the IRIX binary emulation stuff and see if
> we can resurrect Xsgi.
> 35083.88 29375.20
ANyone within SGI who would like an account on Linux to do development
work is welcome to it. Just send me a message with the userid/password
you want to use (and your UID if you have it).
It appears as though we may have a problem with python as well:
[root@linux RPMS]# glint
Traceback (innermost last):
File "./glint.py", line 22, in ?
from Tkinter import *
File "/usr/lib/python1.5/lib-tk/Tkinter.py", line 5, in ?
import _tkinter # If this fails your Python is not configured for Tk
ImportError: /usr/X11R6/lib/libX11.so.6: undefined symbol:
[root@linux RPMS]# rpm -Uvh --force pythonlib-1.22-1.noarch.rpm
package pythonlib-1.22-1 is for a different architecture
error: pythonlib-1.22-1.noarch.rpm cannot be installed
[root@linux RPMS]# rpm -Uvh --force tksysv-1.0-3.noarch.rpm
package tksysv-1.0-3 is for a different architecture
error: tksysv-1.0-3.noarch.rpm cannot be installed
although I believe this last one might be intentional, is there a reason
to include it if it is unuseable?
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