Re: Upload of GNOME 2.6 to unstable
On Sun, Apr 25, 2004 at 09:56:29 -0400, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> /usr/lib/libxklavier.so: undefined reference to `XkbRF_GetComponents'
> /usr/lib/libxklavier.so: undefined reference to `XkbRF_Free'
> /usr/lib/libxklavier.so: undefined reference to `XkbWriteXKMFile'
> /usr/lib/libxklavier.so: undefined reference to `XkbRF_Load'
All of these symbols are defined in /usr/lib/libxklavier.so.8.0.0 on i386:
zensunni ray 16:12 /tmp > nm --dynamic --defined-only
/usr/lib/libxklavier.so.8.0.0 | egrep
00011920 T XkbRF_Free
00010920 T XkbRF_GetComponents
00011720 T XkbRF_Load
0000f070 T XkbWriteXKMFile
but this is with libxklavier8 1.02-1. AFAICT that version has been built but
isn't in the archive or in incoming yet (presumably waiting to be signed).
Please retry with that version.
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