Re: Amaya W3C Web browser and sid
Jordon Bedwell said:
you can download the source to amaya and compile it against your
libraptor install (which is what I recommend personally).
Thanks for this suggestion. Would you mind describing the steps in detail. If
it solves my problem I would add these commands to my personal growing Debian
Jordan Metzmeier said:
Perhaps you wanted find's -name option? find / -name 'libraptor*'
Jordon Bedwell responds:
I personally prefer to grep over find
'locate' is also handy:
:~$ locate libraptor1
Sven Joachim said:
If you're using the amd64 architecture, most probably yes. Your
X-Newsreader header suggests that you run i386, however.
You're right, I started out with i386 and apt and dpkg won't have it any other
way. I moved an image of the old i386 setup over to a new computer with
the hardware that supported an amd64 kernel, so I removed my i386 kernel and
replaced it with the amd64.
I install as many amd64 packages as I can. This system is a sort of
86_64 thing. I'll get it sorted out someday, I just have that feeling.
I use an amd64 version of softmaker office that works well after forcing the
architecture with dpkg, but the amd64 deb of Amaya I installed with:
#dpkg --force-depends --force-architecture --force-overwrite -i
and the amd64 deb of libraptor1 also, but Amaya failed to start.
Well, this is sid.
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