|This build is Solaris9 on UltraSparc (Ultra1 and up) only. Should have no problems at all
on all Solaris10 systems. Built without sound support. Please note that a copy of the libtool shared library is required by Imlib2
and therefore packaged with it, but only the shared lib, no other part is present.|
When you first start E you will likely get an error! This is because you need to update your runtime linker (crle) paths. Use the following command to get your linker patchs fixed up: "crle -l /lib:/usr/lib:/usr/ucblib:/usr/local/lib". CRLE is the Solaris equivelent to the Linux "ldconfig". This step only needs to be done once, from there on out your taken care of.
|DR16.7pre1 was tested and built on Solaris10/Sparc. It works well in Zones, as thats how it was tested. There are two diffrent E PKGs above, one with sounds support that uses the ESD library installed with Solaris10 (and some Solaris9 releases that include GNOME), and the other that has no sound support and thus no dependance on ESD. The WM with no sound support should (I hope) work on all Sparc releases. Forte was used to build these binaries, but I did not optimize for a single proccessor in order to make these guys fairly portable at the cost of a little performance. The Imlib2 and FreeType2 packages are required for either release of E to work. The dtlogin package will install all the neccesities for making dtlogin find E properly, after installing this package run "/etc/init.d/dtlogin reset" and when you next login in you'll see Enlightenment as a session option.
These packages are all Z compressed, so your don't need to install GNU Zip to use them. ALL packages are need to get Enlightenment working. These packages work on the following platforms: Solaris 2.6, Solaris 7, Solaris 8.
These packages will work on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems, and on sun4d, sun4m, and sun4u arch's.
For a glimpse of DR17, currently in heavy development under CVS, check out cuddletech's Enlightenment DR17 page. Please note that DR17 will, for the moment, ONLY build on Linux.