Does OOo build clobber files in /usr/lib?
Charles P. Schaum
verbo.solo at sbcglobal.net
Mon Sep 25 02:33:43 PDT 2006
Great, thanks for dealing with all of this.
Actually, my OOo build of RC2 worked fine. I was just trying to figure
out what might have deleted my /usr/libc_r* files. I don't know what
did, but asc and frozen-bubble broke when the files went away.
I will just back up /usr/libc_r* for ports that link to them. No
problem. I know where the issue is and can easily fix it.
In any case, rebuilding world also fixed things. The only other mods I
did outside of kernconf was the rtld_dlsym patch to run flash. Response
times perked up with most recent buildworld. OO works good and fast on
6.2 PRE, even with several big apps open and some swapping.
I like RC2. In fact, OO actually runs faster than TeXmaker in terms of
updating paragraph breaks. Now that was unexpected.
Thanks for the work.
On Mon, 2006-09-25 at 13:46 +0900, NAKATA Maho wrote:
> From: "Charles P. Schaum" <verbo.solo at sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: Does OOo build clobber files in /usr/lib?
> Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 22:52:09 -0500
> > I know that I had no dealings with those files; everything was in order
> > after I built 2.0.4-RC1. So I figured I'd ask to track it down. If
> This is real FAQ and I committed a fix for it but I've never explained
> at this ML so I do.
> -- NAKATA, Maho (maho at FreeBSD.org)
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