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Re: build of gnome2/libgtop2 fails

From: Benedikt Müller <mad_mueller@xxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 17:49:01 +0200


thanks for answering.
Okay, too bad that most gnome programms depend on this package.

But the strange thing is, the packages from gobsd.org of gnome2 are working.
The only problem is, that this packages are linked to XFree, but xorg works quite nice on my machine and I don't want to change it.

Hm, it seems we have to wait until someone from the developer-team helps us.


walt wrote:

On Sat, 25 Sep 2004, [ISO-8859-1] Benedikt Müller wrote:


I just wanted to install gnome2 from the freebsd-ports.
But libgtop2 fails to build...

This is caused by important changes in some kernel data structures.
Any package which tries to monitor hardware-related things like memory
use, network activity, load average, etc. must be modified before it will

So far, the kde and gnome packages have not been suitably modified, so
I'm using xsysinfo for that purpose -- there is a DFly port override
for xsysinfo.  Somone who is a better programmer than I might be able
to use the xsysinfo port as a guide for how to fix libgtop2, maybe?
I also looked thru the sources for 'top' with the same intention, but
found it too confusing :o(

I also just noticed that, back in May, Hiten made a port override for
gnomesystemmonitor, which depends on libgtop2.  So it must be that
something has been changed since then.

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