[JDEV] Gabber for Solaris
psfales at lucent.com
Mon Feb 25 16:51:50 CST 2002
After going back and re-reading John's original mail, I saw that he
had expressed an interest in finding a solaris binary for gabber. We
support a collection of open source packages called "World Wide Exptools"
I've installed our jabber binaries for solaris, irix, and linux there.
The Solaris binary is compiled on Solaris 2.5.1, but we have also used it
succesfully on Solaris 6, 7, and 8.
To download it, select "packages" and then select the "snapshot" link for
the the gabber package. You'll also need to install audiofile, db,
imagelibs, gtk+, and (optionally - see the toolnew files) openssh. These
snapshots are all tarballs intended to be unpacked under /opt/exp, so they
should not interfere with anything else on your system.
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> On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 09:20:05AM -0600, John Reinke wrote:
> > On Sun, 2002-02-24 at 06:36, michael at weiser.saale-net.de wrote:
> > > I've got it running quite well on 2.8, but SSL and Digest
> > > Authentication sometimes make it segfault. But it's gotten a lot
> > > better in recent (0.8.4+) releases. As my box is only a SPARCstation
> > > 10 I've not yet had the patience to try it with 0.8.6.
> > Since it appears that some people have been successful compiling Gabber
> > on Solaris, would anyone mind sharing how they succeeded?
> > Especially, as Julian requested, please share any changes that might
> > have been made to the source code files.
> > I've run into brick walls before, but we're talking the Great Wall of
> > China here. I've not found a way to get around it, and I really need a
> > decent client on my Sun workstation.
> > Thanks,
> > John
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