j2sdk and openoffice on latest unstable
Jeremy Utley (-J-), LFS Staff
jeremy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Oct 24 20:25:19 PDT 2004
On Sun, October 24, 2004 7:52 pm, Gregory Davis said:
> Archaic wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 23, 2004 at 10:47:43PM -0600, Nathan Coulson wrote:
>> I'm getting failures of a different type and from a different host, but
>> just for the record, what version of OOo are you building? You said the
>> latest BLFS, so I'm assuming 1.1.2? If so, there is a 1.1.3 out there.
>> If you use that, the no-pam patch has one occurence of libpam.so that
>> needs changed to libpam.so.0 to work apply.
> The libXp failed dependency is because Xprint is no longer built in Xorg
> (see host.def). The binaries from OpenOffice, Mozilla, and Java are all
> linked against it, thus they no longer load. Also, compiling with
> gcc-3.4.x causes stricter adherence to ISO C/C++ than the developers of
> those projects had followed, so compilation of those projects is broken
> (except maybe Mozilla, havn't tried in a while).
I can say that Mozilla and it's derivatives (Firefox, Thunderbird) will
successfully compile on a GCC 3.4.x-based system without difficulty. I
wouldn't have upgraded LFS to there if it hadn't, because I consider these
programs to be almost a necessity.
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