Hardee’s rolls out new ‘Monster Thickburger’ – Nov. 15, 2004
WOW! How did I miss this when it came out back in November?? This is absolutely nuts. Considering the “averge” caloric intake is roughly 2000 calories per day, this burger alone is 70% of that. Add some fries and a drink and you’ve got a single meal with more calories than the average person “needs”.
I’d still love to try one of these though. ;) Too bad I don’t know where the nearest Hardee’s is.
Well, now I’m running into problems with parts of Gnome I don’t really need. I’ve no use for text to speech apps or alternative input apps. Too bad they are considered part of the Garnome desktop base install. It would be much nicer if there was a minimal install option. At least then you could get the basic stuff built and come back later to add in the “fun” stuff. Instead I have to let it run, wait for it to fail, look at why it’s failing and decide if I can fix it, want to fix it or even need the functionality offered.
Oh well. I guess the point of Garnome is to build a full Gnome install, or is it… Seems there is some discussion on the mailing lists over what should and shouldn’t be included. Eventually I’ll figure it all out and at least get some minimal install that does what I want.
moz-plugin.c tosses a whole slew of errors when compiling librsvg-2.9.5.
Yeah, this one is super simple to fix. My default mozilla install is 1.4 and it doesn’t have the nspr, nss, and java stuff. Easy to fix since bootstrap has firefox available. I’m already running a custom firefox install but I figured it’s just as easy to build a new install with Garnome to keep everything in one spot.
Update: I guess this isn’t that simple. For some reason even when I clean out everything else, it’s still not picking up my firefox build that I did with Garnome. I had to go in and hand edit the Makefile in the moz-plugin directory to point to the firefox directories instead of the old mozilla 1.4 that is in the default location. That worked but I’ll have to figure out why I had to do it.
This wasn’t really an error, just a missing library (I don’t have it installed on my machine in the default location). It’s sort of odd though since audiofile is included in the platform directory so I would have expected it to be compiled. It seems that maybe the order of dependancies is not correct.
However, to get this to work, I had to compile both audiofile and esound. I then cleared out libgnome and started fresh. Everything worked fine after that.
This error threw me for a while when I was trying to build using the Garnome 184.108.40.206 setup.
/bin/sh: glib-mkenums: -w: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
It wasn’t until I found a post mentioning that glib-mkenums was a Perl script that I started to clue in. For some reason the glib-mkenums app didn’t have anything in the “bang” line:
So I changed that to be:
Once that was done, the build worked fine. I’m not totally sure what happened as my previous attempt with the Garnome 2.10.0 setup had been fine.