Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Is there a statically linked binary of gnomemeeting?

It should be possible, and in fact is has been done in the past, in very
old versions of GnomeMeeting.
The sad part is that you will also need to have at least gconf properly
installed on any machine you wish to run GnomeMeeting on.
If you can't really afford to install a few libs on that old machine,
maybe the best idea would be to use one of the sample programs provided
in the openh323 distribution.

Hope this helps.

El jue, 14-11-2002 a las 11:51, Jens Hillert escribió:
> Hi,
> Is it possible to build the gnomemeeting binary statically linked, so that
> it can be used on older platforms which do not provide Gnome2 and all other
> "exotic" libraries?
> Did anyone do this before? If yes, it would be nice to get a current version
> for download at the official Gnomemeeting site.
> I tried to build gnomemeeting statically linked under Mandrake 9.0 but most
> of the static libraries are not available on that system.
> I am willing to use gnomemeeting on a quite old system with glibc 2.1.3 and
> xfree 4.2.0 without any gtk libraries. The size of the binary doesn't matter
> ;)
> Thanks
> Jens.
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