Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 187691
dillo RPM installs fine, but misses libssl.so.5
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:29 EST
Description of problem:dillo does not start
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 0.8.5
How reproducible: Everytime
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run %dillo at prompt
Actual results: get error message:
dillo functions normally
The RPM does not complain of missing dependency. Needs repackaging.
Could you please specify rpm version (rpm -q dillo) and arch... Here dillo works
fine on both i386 and x86_64 fc5.
Sorry, my mistake. I was using the dillo with the internationalization patches
on, available at:
Please cloze this bug. Btw, I strongly suggest that you adopt this dillo in the
repo. It comes with a lot of important features in a browser.
Thanks again for all the help!
The new dillo is not set up right. I am talking about this RPM.
which seems to use the dillo from http://teki.jpn.ph/pc/software/index-e.shtml.
It should be set up with anti-aliasing enabled, ssl and meta-refresh enabled.
Otherwise, it looks really ugly!
although i was the one who suggested this, upn further reconsideration, i think
it is not right to put this dillo as the default dillo. i would suggest that
this dillo with the internationalization patches) be renamed something else such
as dilloi118n maybe (and please set it up with anti-aliasing enabled, ssl and
meta-refresh enabled) and the vanilla dillo should continue to be the dillo.
RPMS for the vanilla dillo are available from the link to Kelson Vibber's site
And why would that be? Seems to me that the i18n dillo is the right choice here
for many reasons...
The trouble is that there are some pages that do not get rendered at all on some
platforms. For instance, the following webpage
http://www.indianexpress.com/story/7170.html does not get rendered at all on my
Dell Latitude C840, but is much better on my Dell Precision 650. Both render
just fine on the dillo.org-supported vanilla dillo. It appears that there may be
some conflicts, etc.
ok... I upgraded the package so that dillo and dillo-i18n get included :)