[lfs-support] lfs-support Digest, Vol 498, Issue 1

Nagasayanam,V.S vsayanam at gmail.com
Thu May 26 22:47:18 PDT 2016

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> > Can you please help in resolving this problem? I have tried checking C
> > source and 'h' files but could not make out the problem.
> Perhaps this will help:
> cap_init is defined in /usr/include/sys/capability.h and that should have
> been installed as a part of LFS in the libcap package.
> Thank you for the quick response. I have already checked
/usr/include/sys/capability.h okay. I have recompiled Libcap and other
sources but the problem remains. Someone has mentioned in Google that he
had experienced exactly the same problem while compiling for Slackware
and claimed to have solved it by compiling 32 bit Libcap and Gconf.
Initially I compiled LFS in 32 bit Fedora 20 and am now compiling the rest
after installing LXDE (and other WMs) as per BLFS book.
I have installed VLC, mPlayer, Firefox and other packages and I can solve
the audio problem only after making Pulseaudio work, as I believe. BTW,
this is the first time I am experiencing such a problem since other times I
corrected the mistakes myself by following the excellent book. Also, this
mail is being sent from the Firefox installed yesterday!
Thanks again.
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