Chromium install issue
volumetricsteve at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 16:18:25 UTC 2016
i just read through the link, i should have known it was the root thing.
thanks for the tip
On Jul 5, 2016 12:05 PM, "Steve Volumetric" <volumetricsteve at gmail.com>
> thanks for the reply, i try to do native when i can but it clearly breaks
> some applications, while in some cases ive seen drastic performance
> improvement. i was attempting to run as root from a test system. ill have
> to review the link you sent.
> On Jul 5, 2016 11:39 AM, "Jose Vicente Beneyto" <sepen at crux-arm.nu> wrote:
>> Hi Steve,
>> On 05/07/16 06:12, Steve Volumetric wrote:
>> Interesting thing, I had been trying to compile with -march=native ...but
>> I took your advice and disabled the item you suggested, I also took
>> march=native out of my cflags.
>> I personally do not think using 'native' is a good thing
>> It spent about 5 hours compiling, and it finally did finish...
>> hehe I know, and note that before it was even slower, now with 'ninja'
>> goes faster
>> but it immediately panics when I try to open it. Please see below:
>> [1:1:0705/000803:FATAL:setuid_sandbox_client.cc(126)] Check failed:
>> are you trying to execute chromium as root?
>> On Mon, Jul 4, 2016 at 5:27 PM, Fredrik <fredrik at rinnestam.se> wrote:
>>> On 2016-07-04 19:05, Steve Volumetric wrote:
>>> > ../../out/Release/gen/library_loaders/libspeechd.h:7:42: fatal error:
>>> > speech-dispatcher/libspeechd.h: No such file or directory
>>> > compilation terminated.
>>> > [5091/19680] CXX obj/third_party/skia/src/core/skia_library.SkMipMap.o
>>> > ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.
>>> > =======> ERROR: Building
>>> > '/usr/ports/opt/chromium/chromium#51.0.2704.106-1.pkg.tar.gz' failed.
>>> > -- Packages where install failed
>>> > chromium
>>> > speech-dispatcher is installed, which should provide libspeechd.h (or
>>> > I thought)
>>> > does something else provide that?
>>> Nope, speech-dispatcher is the correct package:
>>> ~$ prt-get fsearch libspeechd.h
>>> Found in /usr/ports/opt/speech-dispatcher:
>>> Can't really help more than that but I do know chromium installed fine
>>> on my workstation at work. You might want to try to change
>>> -Dlinux_link_libspeechd=1 to 0 (still doesnt explain why it fails but it
>>> might help you get going)
>> Best regards,
>> - Jose
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