SpiderOak on Slackware 14.0
I have a new fresh install of Slackware 14.0 (without KDE) and want to install SpiderOak on it. Someone knows how to do it easily?
With Slackware 13.0 I have used the package provided by SpiderOak (32 bits for Slackware 12.0, not available anymore) with multilib. OK.
With Slackware 13.37 I have used the slackbuilds.org's script with little modifications. OK.
Now, the SpiderOak released a new package for Slackware 64 bits. I imagine it should work just fine in Slack 14.0. But when I run it, it does not start.
I can't conceive the SpiderOak releasing a package for Slack that does not work on Slack. As I have a clean and full install of Slack, without only KDE, I think if install KDE could solve the dependence. But I have seen nothing promising in Slack File Tree...
Ultimately, some help please?
(Sorry for my bad English.)
1. I don't want to use Dropbox.
2. I have tried to modify the slackbuilds.org's script and it resulted in the same dependence, as expected.
Welcome to LQ.
Please use the krb5 SlackBuild http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=krb5&sv=14.0
And I tried it just now again, just to make sure... Worked out.
I have made something really wrong before! :/
Thanks a lot.
On Slackware64 14.0, for SpiderOak 5.0.2 and krb5 1.9.4 from slackbuilds.org, the load library path had to be augmented:
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