"Robt. W. Fletcher Jr" <[email protected]> writes:
> [email protected] writes:
>> Steven V. Gunhouse wrote:
>>> Nothing wrong with the "etch" version, it is compiled for use with
>>> gcc 4 (where the ".5" package is for gcc 3.3). If you have gcc 4,
>>> get it. We've had posts from Ubuntu 5.10 users who report is solves
>>> several problems they encountered with the ".5" package.
>> Thanks for the message. But gcc 4 had already been installed when I
>> got the error message from Opera.
>>> Motif - install any version of either lesstif or OpenMotif.
>> OK. All information I got so far gives the same answer.
>> Hmm. . . .
> I don't use Debian crap, so take the following with a grain of salt.
> the .6 etch package only has operamotifwrapper-3 in it. the .5 sarge
> package has operamotifwrapper-1, operamotifwrapper-2 and
> operamotifwrapper-3 in it.
> I'm not going to polute my system by trying to 'install' the above
> packages, since the .6 tar file was built with gcc 4, which won't run on
> my system (I'm missing a missing a gcc-4 library).
> The .6 tar file also only has operamotifwrapper-3.
> I'm not sure if this was by design, only one operamotifwrapper with
> the gcc 4.0 build or a screw-up on Opera's part.
I have notified the buildmaster. He'll probably add
operamotifwrapper-2. It should be straightforward to copy
operamotifwrapper-2 from other packages.