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Re: Netscape on current debian powerpc?

> On Sat, 6 Feb 1999, Randy Gobbel wrote:

> > > I'd love to get Netscape running on my powerpc.  Can someone tell me
> > > if this is what I have to do:
> > > 
> > > Get mklinux tgz from ftp.netscape.com
> > > Install old libraries, presumably from linuxppc rpms
> > > Set up chroot environment and muck with PRELOAD?
> > > Celebrate several birthdays in the process...?


> > If anyone has managed to get Netscape running with a less brute-force
> > approach, I'd love to hear about it.
> On the libC 1.99 netscape you already have, use the bincompat package
> (which can usually convert old binaries to work with glibc 2.1).
> The program you'll need is "fix961212". The only other thing extra you
> might need is libstdc++ 2.8. If you can't get a copy contact me and I can
> put it up for FTP...

That was easy, thanks.  It even almost works.  ;^)  Pages and pages
of errors with missing locale C and Xkeysym when I start netscape.  I 
fixed that a few months back on my i86 machines and will have to compare 
my X install.  It does segfault bus error when I try to go to a link.  
AFAIK that could be my raw X install, netscape or even fvwm2.

Can I ask what libstdc++ version and what netscape version you are using?
349548 Aug  6  1998 libstdc++.so.2.8.0
netscape 4.08 mklinux




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