[Slackbuilds-users] Advice needed: no libpng14.la
didier at slint.fr
Mon Aug 21 18:18:05 UTC 2017
Le 21/08/2017 à 19:58, Andreas Guldstrand a écrit :
> On 21 August 2017 at 19:07, Didier Spaier <didier at slint.fr> wrote:
>> Le 21/08/2017 à 16:24, Rich Shepard a écrit :
>>> libpng-1.6.27-i586-1_slack14.2 is installed; locate returns
>>> However, gnucash-2.6.17 wants a static library, not a shared one:
>>> /usr/bin/sed: can't read /usr/lib/libpng14.la: No such file or directory
>>> libtool: link: `/usr/lib/libpng14.la' is not a valid libtool archive
>>> Makefile:639: recipe for target 'libgncmod-html.la' failed
>>> This is a new issue and I need advice on how to proceed to resolve the
>> I don't have the answer, but will take this opportunity for a warning to
>> users of packages depending on webkitgtk2, directly or indirectly.
>> Having read this blog post:
>> I assume that all software that depend on a version at risk according
>> to the most recent security advisory published on
>> are also at risk.
>> Today that would mean that version 2.16.6 should be used instead
>> of 2.4.11 (the default in SBo).
>> Admittedly the risk level is not the same for all software that depend
>> on webkitgtk2, as explained by Michael Catanzaro, and maybe one should
>> not worry too much about gnucash (although I really don't know) but for
>> instance there is a big risk for midori users, as stated by Michael.
>> I am sorry to just bring an issue without a good solution to propose,
>> as obviously not all SBo users will be happy to recompile their
>> software that depend on wekitgtk2 8 times a year or so.
>> But maybe a mention of the issue in the README of the leaf packages
>> that depend on it could be added, at least in the ones that the admins
>> consider the more at risk?
>> Then it would be the responsibility of SBo users to track the security
>> advisories and rebuild their packages if they think they should.
> webkitgtk 2.4.11 is as far as I'm aware webkit 1, while webkit2gtk
> 2.6.16, which is already on SBo, is webkit 2. There's more of a
> difference between them than simply a version change.
Indeed, I stand corrected.
Then if the apps that rely on webkit 1 can't be rebuilt using webkit 2,
isn't the situation even worse?
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