[BL] compiling with uclibc
keesan at sdf.lonestar.org
Fri Jan 27 00:00:22 EST 2006
On Thu, 26 Jan 2006, David Moberg wrote:
> sindi keesan wrote:
>>> Try a text-mode web browser, such as links or lynx. Even if
>>> this uClibc root is useful for nothing else, it is still useful
>>> for building browsers that run almost anywhere.
>> But these are much larger and more complicated and requiring first
>> compiling libncurses and other things,
> Unless you use the libncurses that comes with rootfs. What are
> 'other things'? I only needed to compile ssl and lynx.
I also compiled libz for lynx but it seems unnecessary.
links graphical uses a lot of image libraries and svgalib.
>> and besides you have already compiled lynx.
> The lynx project is due for another release. And it would be
> parser so I wonder if it works with more websites?
Isn't Stephen working on elinks and uclibc?
Lynx 2.8.6dev16 crashed (exited back to the prompt) for me once, with a
message to report the problem with lynx 2.8.5rel2.
>> Do you report to uClibc when things don't work?
> I have not reported anything yet. You can take a look at
> current bugs and submit your own, if you have found any,
> at bugs.busybox.net. (busybox and uclibc share bug
> tracking) They also have a mailing list.
If things don't work it is usually my fault.
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