gizmo: linux libgconf

Alexander Leidinger Alexander at
Wed May 14 05:36:52 UTC 2008

Quoting Andriy Gapon <avg at> (from Tue, 13 May 2008 23:30:11 +0300):

> on 13/05/2008 23:21 Jeremy Messenger said the following:
>> On Tue, 13 May 2008 15:13:18 -0500, Lowell Gilbert  
>> <freebsd-ports-local at> wrote:
>>> Andriy Gapon <avg at> writes:
>>>> Anybody tried to use Linux application from gizmo project on FreeBSD?
>>>> [this is something similar to skype but SIP based]
>>> And closed source.  Could be more work than you expect.
>>>> List of dependencies is quite small, but it needs libgconf (GConf2)
>>>> and I am not sure which port (if any) provides it.
>>> devel/gconf2
>> I don't think it will working unless someone create a new  
>> linux-gconf2 port. But I don't know if there will be problem(s) for  
>> linux-gconf2 and gconf2 to be exist at the same time.

That's not a problem. A linux lib needs to be installed into  
LINUXBASE, and this is different from LOCALBASE.

> I guess I could try to fetch a fedora package and try.
> I am just not sure how to install it properly, never worked on ports  
> for Linux binaries before.

Have a look at the linux-jpeg or linux-glib ports. It's not very hard


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