Is someone manage to install nvu?
fedora at bruneworld.com
Wed Feb 18 15:41:17 UTC 2004
I got it to work! Here's how ...
First, I untar'ed it into a folder that I created called "vnu" (clever,
huh?!). I then tried running it by typing "./nvu" (no quotes) from within
No luck. (It gave me an error message that I can't recall at the moment.)
Then I noticed on the nvu download page (www.nvu.org) that I needed to
linstall libstdc++.so.3.0.4. I did that (per the instructions) and tried
the "./nvu" command again.
This time it worked!
It is a really nice editor and I no longer feel a need to use Frontpage to
edit my web page.
If you have trouble installing the "libstd++" thingy, send me an email and
I'll try to retrace the exact steps I took. It wasn't bad at all.
>> It appears (haven't actually tried) that the nvu tarball just gets
>> on top of your Mozilla/Firefox installation. There's a a binary in the
>> tarball called "nvu-bin" which might do something for you as well.
> ok does that mean I have to untar it into the Firebird folder????
> Because when I tried the nvu-bin it does absolutely nothing :(
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