CentOS 6 ships with kde 4.3.4 and you are unlikely to find a newer version as this would replace core packages in the distribution.ICEcat is firefox by another name. You can find firefo... [by TrevorH]
on 01/06/2012 – Made popular on 01/06/2012
IceCat3.6 is released and is available for download. IceCat is the GNU version of the Firefox browser, it is fully free software, as it removes the non-free Firefox artwork. The plugin finder service also offers only free plugins.
Using: chakra-2012.02-Archimedes-x86_64$/> ccr icecatGives:Dependency `xorg-server-xvfb' of `icecat' does not existI believe that the xvfb code has moved into core packages, as I have a number of xvfb executables and libraries. I wonder if the dependency is still necessary. I tried to modify the PKGBUILD myself, but I am new to arch/PKGBUILD and can't get it to work.
ethail wrote:I think you should consider :a) You need a Trusted User or Arch Developer to adopt it in order to be moved from AUR to [community] or [extra]b) If no TU or Dev is interested on it, it won't get to binary repos.b1) Some packages will never get to the repos whatever the number of votes they have (i.e.
Jristz wrote:icecat..that not is another fork of firefox?it that is true, the problem is icecat/iceweasel/firefox that IS designer and programed to not allow run as rotWell, it actually runs well as root and as regular user.
I have installed icecat 17.0.1 three times via slackbuilds etc. I always have an error while installing : variable sink set but not used. I can't install the pkg with installpkg as it won't recognize the tar.gz, and the other way won't work as there is no config file in the pkg. The "installed" icecat works fine if I run it from the command line. why no launch icon? I am using xfce.
Hi everyone! I've just installed Fedora on my computer and encountered the first problem I don't think I can solve by searching the internet (as it looks to me as a pretty specific and peculiar combination of error messages), so I'm new to this forum!
The aim of the CentOS project is to produce a binary equivalent to the upstream vendor's Enterprise Linux distribution. Thus it includes only those packages that are produced and included in R... [by TrevorH]
You should be extremely careful if you aim to compile something like python from source as many of the Redhat tools are written in python and depend on the version that ships with RHEL/Centos being... [by TrevorH]