Re: Evolution Package [Was: Re: nautilus]
A bit of scrounging though Google and this appears to be due to one of my
GNOME/xml packages not being up to scratch. I've not had any luck yet working out
which one. Any ideas people?
On Tue, 20 Feb 2001 12:41:55 Craige McWhirter wrote:
> I had a bit of trouble with Evolution. Anyone have quick pointers on the
> oafd: error while loading shared libraries: oafd: undefined symbol:
> ** CRITICAL **: file oaf-activate.c: line 279 (oaf_activate_from_id):
> `ac' failed.
> This is the result of running evolution after d/ling it and all it's
> dependencies from Sid. As far as I can tell my Oaf libs are the latest (in
Sid). Am I
> sufferring the "the joys of Sid" or have I perhaps missed something
> On Tue, 20 Feb 2001 03:13:37 Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> > Robert Ramiega wrote:
> > > On Fri, Feb 16, 2001 at 11:47:09AM -0500, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> > > > > If nautilus works, does this mean evolution will compile?
> > > >
> > > > No, because there's no Debian evolution package. :-(
> > > Well to be completely honest there is no oficial debian package... On
> > > helixcode.com (or whatever it's called now) there are i386 and source
> > > packages.
> > Actually, now there is an official Debian package too. I compiled
> > morning and uploaded around 1 PM (U.S. Eastern time), and was in the
> > 4 AM (when my mirror updates).
> > I've done no testing except to make sure that it starts properly, and that
> > nautilus does too with the new bonobo...
> > Evolution is here! Test and enjoy!
> > -Adam P.