[RevServer + Rev on Linux] Checking if you have the needed libraries

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Thu Jul 29 17:41:52 EDT 2010


Peter,

my tip will not solve all rev problems, not even the majority but it will
make rev run when it is not running, most users have trouble starting the
software, specially server related software, this will help them. As for the
other linux problems they will be sorted on time...

Andre

On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 6:19 PM, Peter Alcibiades <
palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

>
> OK, I'm corrected.  But still, is there any evidence that cut and paste
> problems in the editor, inability to handle fonts properly, issues with
> printing, mutliple desktop issues, any evidence any of them are due to
> library or dependency compatibility issues?
>
> Maybe they are - in that case lets have a list.  The problem at the moment
> is that in the desktop version of Rev for Linux (I accept that the server
> issues are different) you can follow Andre's instructions, satisfy yourself
> you have no dependency problems, and then still not be able to print or use
> fonts properly.
>
> I am delinquent on hacking away at Slackware.  Life and age.  My goodness,
> how we slow down as we age.  Get ready for it folks, it will not be fun.
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