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Fri Mar 25 05:36:59 UTC 2011
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 11:56 AM, Erik Hanson <erik at slackbuilds.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Mar 2011 00:42:45 -0300
> "Yucatan \"Kenjiro\" Costa" <jedi.kenjiro at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Not to mention we can have google-chrome/chromium running without the
>> need of some other dependencies like Orbit2 or Gconf.
> Repackaging the debian binary will continue to require these, and
> eventually will require PAM as well.
Yes, I think it will happen sooner or later.
> I confirmed this recently by trying the unstable channel, at the time was 11.0. The only answer I
> can really think of here is to include some sort of pam-solibs type
> package along with ORBit2/GConf. This is not a task I wish to
> undertake, however. These days I simply compile chromium using your
> script. :)
I think Slackware may include a fully functional PAM in the next
release after 13.37(may be 14 or 14.xx?). As time goes by, PAM is more
and more mature and is not the one years ago. Lots of distro have PAM
and it is well tested in some degree. If we have PAM, building KDE
might be easier too.
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