... to get it to work right. I can run 'realplay' now.
The changes are in the patch to the gtk+ source that's in the source to
that. In brief, what was wrong is that it was using the
default ./configure settings to build the gtk+ libraries, and so they
were looking in /etc/gtk and /usr/lib/gtk for their stuff. When I tried
to run 'realplay', it could not load it's pixmaps, since gdkpixbuf needs
to find shared objects that are used to load the images. The ones it
needs are in /usr/lib32, but it was looking in /usr/lib. The
debian/rules was moving the objects, but could not patch the binaries to
make them look in the new location.
I added some code in debian/rules that checks for 'ia32-libs' in the
DEBIAN_BUILD_OPTS, and if that's present, it uses lib32 rather than lib,
and puts the /etc files in /etc/ia32-libs/*. If the same thing is done
to the libpango, the 'pangohack.so' can go away. There may be other
libraries that need similar modifications.
Q: Could this be essentially why something is not finding a locale file
in the Oracle 10 problem? Could it be looking in the wrong place? You
tell me and we'll both know; I don't know enough about it.
Another option would be to modify those libraries in such a way that
they use an environment variable to find those conffiles and shared
I think that having a separate build for them is fine. What I don't
like is having to compile the ia32-libs in an i386 chroot. It does not
build on pure64 with the -m32 switch, as far as I can tell. I don't
have time right now (college) to learn more about it.