QUOTE(Meanie @ Dec 21 2005, 08:57 AM)
gee, that's awful that a linux distro doesn't have awk
Will be correcting that little oversight on Sharp's part just as soon as I can download an awk package.
but anyway, there seems to be something wrong with your system because /lib/libwatch_conn.so.1, etc.. are system libraries that should have been already linked.
ldconfig verifies and relinks broken links as well as reloads its static library cache. xqt doesn't modify system libraries in /lib
Both C860s have:
the *-setup output says
/sbin/ldconfig: Can't link /lib/libwatch_conn.so.1 to libwatch_conn.so.1.0
/sbin/ldconfig: Can't link /lib/libconfirm_host.so.1 to libconfirm_host.so.1.0
*.so.1 I don't see. "Confusion reigns among the people".
as for openoffice, the script to run it is /home/QtPalmtop/bin/runxqtoo
Hummmmm. I have a
Not linked at all.
Checking them in Tree!Text QT shows that they are quite different.
runoo checks to see if "X already running" then "xlauncher debian office".
runxqtoo tries "debrid -x /opt/OpenOffice/soffice" and reports if OO not installed.
OK. I think that I see where I am confused. I have not installed any Debian cramfs and assumed that the OO package had checked for any "depends" that it needed when it mounted. Gone jumping to contusions again, did I eh?
Another tick mark on the old d/l list.
did you use the latest mozilla cramfs? (mozilla bundle 0.2)
Sorry, no. The one that I got is v0.1, I see now that I look closer. I'll go grab v0.2 & try again.
Thanks for the clarifications, Oh most kind, wise, patient & benificient Meanie. May Santa bring you lots & lots of mega neat toys!