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On Fri, 4 May 2007, David A. Gershman wrote: -> I'm building my own Linux box from the ground up (LFS 6.2 base) and -> have gotten to the point of RealVNC. I have a compiled (or uncompiled -> available) source tree for XFree86 4.6.0. After having to patch one -> small file, it compiled fine and is working with no problems. On to -> RealVNC...If you don't get this working for some reason, you might think about http://www.tightvnc.com/, which is the VNC setup I'm using now. It even has a Java client that you can use to access your system from a browser via a Java applet. The Xvnc server didn't need an X source tree (comes with a stripped down one) so has less places to go wrong. As I remember it didn't build 100% out of the box, but the changes were minor and doable by someone building his own system.
-> /usr/X11R6/lib/libXt.so: undefined reference to `XkbLookupKeySym' -> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status -> make: *** [xdmxconfig] Error 1When the app was made (RealVNC), they may have programmed it against an earlier version of some libraries, which had the symbol defined that is causing the error. Later it was maybe removed, and the program never re-written to take this into account. You see this when functions get ripped out, or re-named, etc.
I'm no XFree86 or RealVNC programmer, I'm just relating what I've seen while building sources.
-> Which would lead one to think XFree86 has the error. But if that's -> the case then why didn't this error show up when compiling XFree86 -> _without_ VNC?The error probably doesn't sit within either, but *between* them (eg, their interaction).
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