M3 Linux Build Fixed
Monday March 22nd, 1999
For those of you who downloaded the corrupt Linux Milestone 3 binary, it has been fixed and is available from the M3 release notes page.
#1 Re:M3 Linux Build Fixed
by jabbo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday March 22nd, 1999 9:26 AM
It has not been posted; a "no such file or directory" error is all I get when trying to D/L it from said release notes page.
#2 Re:M3 Linux Build Fixed
Monday March 22nd, 1999 9:32 AM
It seems they linked it wrong on the page. Use <ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/releases/m3/> to see all of the builds available. Linux is here - <ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub…eaMonkey_M3_BRANCH.tar.gz> Windows w/FullCircle is here - <ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub…_M3_BRANCH-fullcircle.zip> Windows without FullCircle is here - <ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub…2-SeaMonkey_M3_BRANCH.zip> and MacOS 8.5 is here - <ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub…aMonkey_M3_BRANCH.sea.bin> . More may appear later but for now these are the links.
The ftp site seems to be having some intermittent trouble. Use a mirror if you can: <http://www.mozilla.org/mirrors.html>
#4 Re:M3 Linux Build Fixed
by Spencer Miles <email@example.com>
Monday March 22nd, 1999 11:26 AM
Anyone else having trouble with Imlib 1.9.3? Gtk-WARNING **: /usr/local/lib/libgdk_imlib.so.1: undefined symbol: gdk_root_parent Segmentation fault (core dumped)
#5 Re:M3 Linux Build Fixed
by Decklin Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday March 22nd, 1999 4:03 PM
It seems that this build was compilied against libstdc++ 2.8. I've already gotten rid of that and installed 2.9 on my system. How soon will this be fixed? For now I'll just get the old library and look into recompiling, but this is kind of annoying.
hi there...Ramiro has made a SRPM available. You can download and run the command rpm --rebuild moz*.src.rpm to compile it. You may need to compile nspr first though. You'll have to recompile if you are using egcs-1.1.1 or later.
Hmm... some problems with the SRPM. they're fixing it real soon.
Sorry about that
Still doesn't work through an http proxy (or not that I can figure out). The Win32 build works just fine after I copied my preferences.js file from Navigator to Mozilla. No luck doing the same for Linux.
Or perhaps I'm just not doing the right directory.