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Tue, 11 Mar 2003 21:38:04 +0100
On 2003-03-11 18:01:48 +0100 M. Grabert <address@hidden> wrote:
On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Andrew Ruder wrote:
Something -must- be done to keep linux machines from linking to
libgdi32. As far as I can tell, it is a library needed by the windows
back-end, but on linux, it's part of wine. This library, when linked,
makes gpbs seg fault and lots of other nasty things. I finally figured
This is also the problem I was facing the last months on my desktop machine!
I never digged deeper into it, since I have GNUstep running on a laptop
aswell (which has no wine installed - and therefore GNUstep works perfectly),
so I just copied the binaries from the laptop to the desktop.
out why I couldn't get gnustep to work correctly for the last couple
months. I'm sure this has also kept countless other people from
getting GNUstep working as i'm sure i'm not the only one with wine
Thanks for figuring this one out,
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I had the same Problem some months ago on a machine at University. I could work around it
by passing "--enable-server=x11 --enable-graphics=xlib (or art for the art
backend)" to the configure script.
- libgdi32, Andrew Ruder, 2003/03/11
- Re: libgdi32,
Daniel Luederwald <=