Installing DjVu plug-in
kam.leo at gmail.com
Sun Dec 31 23:12:05 UTC 2006
On 12/31/06, Szára György <lagymata at freestart.hu> wrote:
> Please anybody who ever could me lend a helping hand !
> I had an unsuccessful attempt to install DjVuLibre -3.5.17 plug-in on my
> Fedora Core 4. Last time I had not only tried but have comleted the
> process according to the enclosed README. But in spite of all my
> endevour the plug-in doesn't work for me !
> In the course of my atempt I had made as follows:
> I had downloaded from http://djvu.libre.djvuzone.org
> The tar.gz stuff was uncompressed, untared
> $ cd to the same directory
> $ ./configure
> $ make then changed to su
> # make install
> After I had ascerteaned the site of the file plug-in with ls -al that is
> /usr/lib/mozilla then the directorie /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins.
> After I changed to # cd /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins
> I had to make -According to the written instructions- made symbolic
> # ln -s /usr/local/lib/netscape/plugins/nsdejavu.so nsdejavu.so
> in order to make mozilla firefox find the djview the name of reference.
> The bug may be in the different environment suspected by Instruction
> and the real lay out of my FC4.
> In the Instruction one presumed:
> but in the real lay out there is nowhere /netscape/ subdirectory !
> With this plug-in one should be able read documents of these kind.
> In the hope I'll be able recompanse your pains
> I stay sincerely yours
Simple fix. Do the following:
1) Run "updatedb" to refresh the find database
2) Run "locate nsdejavu.so" to find instances of the particular file.
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