On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 5:57 PM, michael noble <email@example.com>
If you search Packman the 1.4 rpms are there. Or just use this link:http://packman.links2linux.de/search?scope=name&q=clam
Thanks for making these available. Any chance x86_64 RPMs can be built?
I tried installing these openSUSE 11.2 i586 RPMs on Fedora 12 and it didn't work out too well:
(will need to try again as 1.5 rpm's just got uploaded).
Although you can bring all the programs up -- and they look beautiful -- loading a file in the filebrowser widget, or trying to play a sound gives an error. Normally this kind of "hack" works better -- this time, there seems to be some fundamental Gtk mismatch. Of course, normally, the hack of using a different distros RPM works fine when staying within the x86_64 arch. This time I had to install a bunch of 32 bit i686 libs as dependencies to make it work....
Independent of this I'm getting a ladspa-rubberband warning as I had earlier compiled my own version of a number of libs for my own project ( http://nielsmayer.com/trainspodder-prototype.jpg
), and there's some interaction with some lib->lib64 symlink hackage I did to make some other build work. However, I do not think that's what's causing the problem here. My hunch is that the problem has more to do with a Gtk incompatibility: "QGtkStyle was unable to detect the current GTK+ theme."