Originally Posted by BrZ
I think you can remove seamonkey+seasolibs+mozilla-nss-nspr and only install alien's xulrunner. My approach was splitting nss & nspr as individual packages and rebuild xulrunner against them (easy to maintain here if any 'bad' sec bug came out). Running this way for months and no problem building firefox/thunderbird or any app taht needs xul or nss and nspr.
How are you guys playing around chrome and libjpeg6? I saved the old Slackware libjpeg6 and drop it (and symlinks) right inside "opt/google/chrome/". I don't have gcong and fake it symlinking to nspr4*.
ps: -current64 and .deb packs
edit: /opt/google/chrome/libgconf-2.so.4 symlink to /opt/google/chrome/libnspr4.so.0d (/usr/lib64/libnspr4.so)
That's interesting, I did not know. Think I'll give it a try.
I don't know about libjpeg6, never needed to mess with it - must be the one within the aaa_elflibs package, doesn't it?