On 10/27/2010 04:47 AM, Denis A. Altoé Falqueto wrote:
Google Talk Plugin for GMail is not working anymore for me (and others...) because it relies on libssl.so.0.9.8. But for my surprise, the binary GoogletalkPlugin is a 32 bits executable, even for the 64 bits package. It comes right after the original deb package, provided by Google.
To make things short, I tried to "downgrade" the lib32-openssl PKGBUILD to version 0,9,8n. It compiles fine, but the resulting libraries (libcrypto.so.0.9.8 and libssl.so.0.9,8) are ELF64, when they should be ELF32. You can view the PKGBUILD in http://pastebin.com/04xsippr
So, should I need a 32 bits chroot for that? Shouldn't the multilib compiler be enough?
sorry but if you think that downgrading lib32-openssl will solve this, you are wrong. just get the PKGBUILD from AUR and it would have the right dependencies for it.
as you see it has libpng12, openssl-compatibility as dependencies.