[JDEV] Gabber for Solaris - Solved
psfales at lucent.com
Wed Feb 27 13:47:55 CST 2002
Thanks for letting me know that it worked. I thought it might be unhappy
if it didn't find the gnome libraries under /opt/exp, but I'm glad to know
that's not the case. Are you actually running under gnome? (I'm struggling
with figuring out how to handle sound events, for both gnome and non-gnome
environments, and I'm wondering how sound is working for you)
Peter Fales Lucent Technologies, Room 5B-408
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On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 09:48:48AM -0600, John Reinke wrote:
> Thanks for the link and instructions, Peter. I had everything else, so
> only needed the Gabber snapshot.
> Gabber is great! I now see what I was missing...
> On Mon, 2002-02-25 at 16:51, psfales at lucent.com wrote:
> > 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"
> > at http://www.bell-labs.com/project/wwexptools/
> > 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.
> > --
> > Peter Fales Lucent Technologies, Room 5B-408
> > N9IYJ 2000 N Naperville Rd PO Box 3033
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