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Re: [opensuse] Kompozer
  • From: <j.e.perry@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2012 20:12:09 -0400
  • Message-id: <20121021201209.2M9CM.196221.imail@eastrmwml302>

---- Patrick Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
* j.e.perry@xxxxxxx <j.e.perry@xxxxxxx> [10-18-12 22:53]:

---- Robert Smits <bob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On October 15, 2012 06:53:42 pm j.e.perry@xxxxxxx wrote:
So, I downloaded both Bluegriffon and Quanta for kde3, and find they're
both vastly inferior to Kompozer (ref. my message of 9/30). Suse
doesn't
have Kompozer, and I tried downloading it from the site, but they only
have
it in source format, which I was unsuccessful in compiling.

I have no idea why you think Suse repos don't have Kompozer, which I
used
until I found WordPress. When I look in my Opensuse 12.1 OSS repo I find
kompozer 7.99.


It was in 12.1, yes. I'm at 12.2, and it's not there. The Kompozer
website says it's incompatible with the later gtk's, which is I suppose
why it's no longer available for suse. And, as I mentioned earlier, I
tried to install an older version anyhow, and it wouldn't install.


If you *really* want kompozer, dl the *binary* package from sf (I
believe), kompozer-0.8b3.en-US.gcc4.2-i686.tar.gz.

open mc in the directory where you dl'd kompozer and save the package
somewere below your <home> directory. komposer runs happily on T'weed and
should have no trouble on your 12.2 system.


So, Patrick, here's what I get.

****************************************************************

john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ls
bloaturls.txt icons libgtkembedmoz.so libsmime3.so
mangle updater
chrome install.log libgtkxtbin.so libsoftokn3.chk
mozilla-xremote-client updates
components kompozer libjsj.so libsoftokn3.so
nsinstall xpcshell
defaults kompozer-bin libmozjs.so libssl3.so
plugins xpicleanup
dependentlibs.list kompozer-config libnspr4.so libxpcom_compat.so
regxpcom xpidl
dictionaries libfreebl3.chk libnss3.so libxpcom_core.so res
xpt_dump
elf-dynstr-gc libfreebl3.so libnssckbi.so libxpcom.so
run-mozilla.sh xpt_link
extensions libgfxpsshar.so libplc4.so libxpistub.so
shlibsign
greprefs libgkgfx.so libplds4.so LICENSE
TestGtkEmbed
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ./kompozer &
[1] 11290
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ./kompozer-bin: error while loading shared
libraries: libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory

[1]+ Exit 127 ./kompozer
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ./kompozer-bin &
[1] 11301
./kompozer-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libmozjs.so: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
[1]+ Exit 127 ./kompozer-bin
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> . ./run-mozilla.sh &
[1] 11323
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer>
bash: Cannot execute .


[1]+ Exit 1 . ./run-mozilla.sh
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ls ..
kompozer kompozer-0.8b3.en-US.gcc4.2-i686.tar-1 scratchpad
john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer>

****************************************************************************************************************


The last command shows the archive I just extracted last night. Interestingly,
the timestamps of all the files under Kompozer/ are dated in Feb 2010:


john@tana-linux:~/bin/kompozer> ls -l
total 5400
-rw-r--r-- 1 john users 208 Feb 28 2010 bloaturls.txt
drwxr-xr-x 3 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 chrome
drwxr-xr-x 2 john users 12288 Feb 28 2010 components
drwxr-xr-x 4 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 defaults
-rw-r--r-- 1 john users 52 Feb 28 2010 dependentlibs.list
drwxr-xr-x 2 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 dictionaries
-rwxr-xr-x 1 john users 21377 Feb 28 2010 elf-dynstr-gc
drwxr-xr-x 2 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 extensions
drwxr-xr-x 2 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 greprefs
drwxr-xr-x 2 john users 4096 Feb 28 2010 icons
-rw-r--r-- 1 john users 649 Feb 28 2010 install.log
-rwxr-xr-x 1 john users 2941 Feb 28 2010 kompozer
-rwxr-xr-x 1 john users 113889 Feb 28 2010 kompozer-bin
-rwxr-xr-x 1 john users 4449 Feb 28 2010 kompozer-config
-rw-r--r-- 1 john users 476 Feb 28 2010 libfreebl3.chk
.
.
.

I'm on a x86-64 machine, but aren't i686 programs supposed to be happy in 64b?

jp




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