[K12OSN] 64bit ISOs, almost beta-ready

Peter Hartmann ascensiontech at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 18:30:09 UTC 2005

Oh well, I hope it doesn't frustrate you too much longer.  Now that we
haven't been using it, I don't believe the acroread-plugin is really
that hot to begin with. For now I just wish I could associate acroread
with pdf instead of ggv. (which I'm a little embarrassed I don't know
how to do)  We're using Ice and Nautilus.  How would I do it?


On 12/16/05, Eric Harrison <eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us> wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Dec 2005, Eric Harrison wrote:
> > The firefox/acroread problem can be fixed by running "setarch i386"
> > before starting firefox. I'll rebuild the firefox package to do that
> > auto-magically, just in case other plugins get confused about which
> > arch they are running on vs the arch that firefox was built against.
> Grrr. So much for a quick, trivial-to-implement fix.
> The "setarch i386" trick only works on the specific build of
> firefox included in the current 4.2.2EL-64 test repository.
> I've figured out other scenarios where firefox always works, or
> always breaks, but have not yet figured out why.
> Back to banging my head against the monitor ;-)
> -Eric
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