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I searched and read the message that i found but none of them helped.
I'm trying to give SSL support to gaim. I have mozilla 1.7.5 and firefox 1.0.6
I installed the package nss-3.9.2.tar.gz to a ddirectory but it didnt work. I changed the directory to where i installed mozilla. again didnt work.
I decided to add the path where firefox is installed to /etc/ld.so.conf but it didnt work either.
what should I do to sign in to MSN ?
When I "./configure" gaim I get like this at the end.
Build Protocol Plugins........ : yes
Protocols to link statically.. :
Protocols to build dynamically : gg irc jabber msn napster novell oscar yahoo zephyr
Build with Plugin support..... : yes
Build with Perl support....... : yes
Build with Tcl support........ : yes
Build with Tk support......... : yes
Build with Audio support...... : no
Build with NAS support........ : no
Build with GtkSpell support... : no
Use kerberos 4 with zephyr.... : no
Use external libzephyr........ : no
Use XScreenSaver Extension.... : yes
Use X Session Management...... : yes
Use startup notification.......: no
Print debugging messages...... : no
Gaim will be installed in /usr/local/bin.
Warning: You have an old copy of gaim at /usr/local/bin/gaim.
you installed nss "to a directory" ? what does that mean?? you need to install the whole package properly. personally i'd suggest you just installed the rpm's in each case, i'm sure gaim are still making rh9 compatible rpms.
i was just trying to say that I started to install nss where I downloaded it. and copied it to a directory of mozilla.and tried to install under the directory of mozilla again but it has never worked .
erm yeah.. again you "copied" the package? you need to install nss properly. what else are you expecting people to say? Like I mentioed above, if you can find a suitable rpm for nss (and afaik nspr will follow) for redhat 9.0 then use that, otherwise install from source.
please pay attention? that red line says you do not ahve it installed... you have still not proved in any way that you have nss or any other required package installed. the closest you've got is saying you've copied the package to the directory, which is NOT installing...