anyone use links after the last PKGBUILD release?
I tryed but there is a lib missing ..
[furester@filemazio ~]$ links links: error while loading shared libraries: libSDL-1.2.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
and in fact I don't install the sdl package yet ..
so I installed that package and it finally runs!
But links -g doesn't run because I doesn't enabled fb in kernel, this package seems to be full of functionality more or less unusefull (for me)..
[furester@filemazio ~]$ links -g Could not initialize any graphics driver. Tried the following drivers: fb: Could not get VT mode. [furester@filemazio ~]$
In my opinion the [url=http://cvs.archlinux.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/network/links/PKGBUILD?rev=1.20&cvsroot=Current&only_with_tag=CURRENT&content-type=text/vnd.viewcvs-markup]
PKGBUILD[/url] is not correct because if one wants use links -g must have the libSDL installed but this library isn't sign as dependency .. At the same time someone that doeesn't want gui in links prefers a package without --enable-graphics flag activated ..
so we need two packages?
I have the same problem. I want links (text only), but i don't want SDL, because it's depends on xserver, which I don't want on my server.
# pacman -S sdl Targets: freetype1-1.3.1-2 fontconfig-2.2.3-1 xorg-11R6.8.1-1 sdl-1.2.8-1 Total Package Size: 51.0 MB
Maybe there is really need two packages ot links ?!? One with, and one without graphics.