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Date:      Sat, 18 Mar 2000 12:34:38 +0200
From:      Vallo Kallaste <vallo@matti.ee>
To:        kde-devel@kde.org
Cc:        freebsd-current@freebsd.org, Alex Zepeda <garbanzo@hooked.net>
Subject:   FreeBSD: Konqueror fails to show WWW pages
Message-ID:  <20000318123438.A12135@myhakas.matti.ee>

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Hi!

The Konqueror built from sources of yesterday dies while trying to show
WWW pages. I'm using FreeBSD 5.0-current now, but the problem was same
about two weeks ago with 4.0-current. I tried to discuss the problem in
freebsd-current mailing list, but almost no feedback so far.

kio (KIOConnection): sendnow 67
konqueror: KonqRun::~KonqRun()
kio (KIOConnection): read
kio (KIOConnection): read cmd 109
kio (KIOConnection): finished reading cmd 109
kio (KIOJob): dispatch 109
kio (Scheduler): slave status
kio (Scheduler): Slave = 0x8152c00 (PID = 12006) protocol = http host = www.matti.ee Not connected
kio (KIOConnection): read
kio (KIOConnection): read cmd 21
kio (KIOConnection): finished reading cmd 21
kio (KIOJob): dispatch 21
kio (KIOConnection): read
kio (KIOConnection): read cmd 24
kio (KIOConnection): finished reading cmd 24
kio (KIOJob): dispatch 24
kio (KIOConnection): read
kio (KIOConnection): read cmd 10
kio (KIOConnection): finished reading cmd 10
kio (KIOJob): dispatch 10
kio (KIOConnection): read
kio (KIOConnection): read cmd 100
kio (KIOConnection): finished reading cmd 100
kio (KIOJob): dispatch 100
khtml: slotData: 4096
khtml: begin!
kio (Scheduler): Scheduler has now 1 jobs 0x813a700
/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/kde/lib/libkhtml.so.3: Undefined symbol "__eh_rtime_match"

myhakas:vallo$ nm /usr/local/kde/lib/libkhtml.so.3 | grep __eh_*
	U __eh_alloc
	U __eh_rtime_match
myhakas:vallo$

The cvsup collections I built were:
qt-copy
kde-common
kdelibs
kdebase
kdenetwork
kdesupport
-- 

Vallo Kallaste
vallo@matti.ee


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