Subject: Re: Opera broken on NetBSD4/i386?
To: Loic Hoguin <email@example.com>
From: Chavdar Ivanov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/25/2007 11:18:11
On 25/05/07, Loic Hoguin <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 25 May 2007 01:45:10 +0200, Chavdar Ivanov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> [problems with opera loading pages]
> >> If I try with an hostname from a DNS server it doesn't work.
> > Any chance you have got some rogue /usr/pkg/emul/linux/etc/resolv.conf
> > file?
> But your question pointed me to the /etc/resolv.conf file which was
> created by the sysinst installer. It contained three lines:
> search domain
> nameserver ipv4-address
> nameserver ipv6-address
> It seems that Opera only tried using the ipv6 IP and didn't fall back
> to the ipv4 one. Since I didn't do the ipv6 configuration yet this
> explains why this address couldn't work.
I think I've seen that before, but completely forgotten about; I still
don't use ipv6 anywhere.
> I then removed this entry from the file and I now have a working opera.
> > BTW I just hacked the local package to get version 9.21, which works
> Could you send-pr the diff so that it is comitted?
Done (as long as the send-pr web i/f works).
> > fine. Also if you have Sun jre installed, you can modify
> > /usr/pkg/emul/linux/usr/bin/opera to search for the Java environment
> > there (obviously the original script from Opera does not check for
> > /usr/pkg/java/sun-1.5) and Java works just fine with it.
> This could be added in a patch too, maybe?
I send-pr this as well; I don't know how to fix it during the
installation, though; it's just a patch post install.
> Thanks for your help. :)
> Lo=EFc Hoguin