Archive for August, 2004

xmule segfault problems

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004

-sigh- xmule is being difficult again. I’m busy with the upgrade of the rh9 box to fc2, but this is really an old problem. xmule-1.8.2-1.0.rh9.dag is what’s currently installed and working xmule-1.8.2-1.fc.i386 breaks on start up with a segfault. xmule-1.8.2d-1.0.rh9.dag.i386 breaks on start up after trying to init, with a segfault. xmule-1.8.2-1.1.fc2.dag.i386 breaks on […]

vnc session manager update

Monday, August 2nd, 2004

during the upgrade of tight vnc i discovered that vnc session manager did not detect now-deleted, but running servers. A small patch fixes the bug

tight vnc for fedora core 2

Monday, August 2nd, 2004

I was rather bummed that tight vnc’s server still depends on XFree86 (which is now replaced by xorg-x11 in fc2). So I got hold of the latest tightvnc server (1.3dev5-1.i386), changed the spec file, and rebuilt it for FC2 (1.3dev5-1.fc2.i386) If you want it come and get it, if you don’t trust my build, go […]