How to compile OpenChrome in Linux with a blockbuster Error
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Solution for compiling OpenChrome in Linux with a blockbuster error-Debian information of the Linux release-details are as follows. Heard about installing Xorg-X11-devel
So I searched for it.
Only DEB packages are found, but DPKG is not available and cannot be installed. I decompress the package.
DPKG is installed simply. The attempt is attempted. A po4a error is prompted.
So I downloaded po4a again. The installation was attempted and perl went wrong.
Therefore, the latest perl version is installed.
Back to re-compile OpenChrome, there was no major mistake
Make : *** [via_accel.lo] Error 1
Make : Leaving directory '/mnt/hda6/dsl/unichrome-20060322/unichrome'
Make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
Seems to have seen the solution
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After Mesa is installed, the program is compiled successfully.
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