Fedora Desktop on XO
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 20:14:57 EST 2009
> > How did you go with this? Did you have any luck? I also realised
> > that if you drop gnome-user-share you'll drop all the httpd
> > requirements.
> Yep, it worked! I had RPM conflicts in GConf2 (against GConf2-dbus,
> both ship the same .mo files) and evince (against sugar-evince, both
> ship the same evince backend shared libraries). Also, it turns out
> that evince-dvi is responsible for bringing in texlive, via kpathsea.
Good news. I'm aware of the conflicts you mention. I'm not sure that
we need evince-dvi (not sure if its a requirement of anything though
and hence gets pulled in automatically). For the evince vs
sugar-evince I suspect we need to try and get the mainline evince
split out into evince and evince-libs so that we can build
sugar-evince against it similar to what we do with abiword and write
(I think that's its name). As for the gconf2-dbus...... I know that's
used over the usual dbus to drop out the bonobo dependencies but
whether that is still a factor at the moment with the other things
that pull bonobo in I'm not sure so it might be worthwhile working out
whether we stick with it or move back to the mainline version. Not
sure who knows the answer to that one, I know DSD got it compiled up
but other than that I don't know the best person to ask.
More information about the Devel