Re: Pratical questions
Le jeu 15/08/2002 à 16:40, PUYDT Julien a écrit :
> Le jeu 15/08/2002 à 15:43, vanuxem gregory a écrit :
> > - Xfree (from alpha.gnu.org) dosen't work for user,
> > if I use in Xwrapper.config 'allowed_users=console'.
> > But if I use 'anybody', => in the log, I find
> > /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xkb/xkbcomp: error while loading shared libraries:
> > libXext.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> > Couldn't load XKB keymap, falling back to pre-XKB keymap.
> > I have exported LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
> > Help...
> login user
> xinit /bin/wmaker
> => it works!
> (because of a bug, I was told, but it works for the moment ;-) )
> (perhaps I have defined LD_LIBRARY_PATH somewhere in my conffiles)
more precisely :
libX* not found
all is good ???
> > and I don't want to search in archives.
> > PS2 : If someone want a modified gnumach for use with french keyboard,
> > i can send a patch (symbol in the file i386/i386at/kd.c), I know that
> > it's an awful hack but actually preferable.
> If you come on #hurdfr on irc.openprojects.net, you may find gentle
> french hurd users, who can give you three files:
> - a .c, that is able to change the meaning of a key;
> - a file with associations of physical keys to more convenient symbols;
> - a perl script that calls the compiled .c for each key of the second
> This is easier than patching+compiling gnumach.
> Bonne chance,
> Snark on #hurd, #hurdfr
Thanks, I used it before.
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