A new version of sancho has been released and, according to comment http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45890#c19 in bug #45890, the oldest sources are not available anymore.
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 32698 [details]
A better ebuild for sancho-bin. In this ebuild, minor versions in the version
number of the package (the string "sancho-bin-0.9.4.4" has to be translated to
"sancho-0.9.4-4", for instance) is treated in a general way, instead of hard
coded in the ebuild.
The new ebuild works fine now...
1. save the ebuild to /usr/portage/net-p2p/sancho-bin/sancho-bin-0.9.4.4.ebuild
2. $ ebuild sancho-bin-0.9.4.4.ebuild digest
3. $ ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge sancho-bin
However, I have problems when running the program - it seems to occur on the final stage of the splash screen whilst loading; "creating tab: WebBrowser" and then crashes:
./sancho-bin: relocation error: /usr/lib/mozilla/components/libnecko.so: undefined symbol: _Z16NS_NewThreadPoolPP13nsIThreadPooljjj16PRThreadPriority13PRThreadScope
Any ideas, I have Mozilla Firefix 0.8-r3
It works for me.
Similar problem to mine:
The workaround to disable to web browser "sancho -b" doesn't seem to work for me (maybe that is a Windows only command).
Edit: I can get it to work via the following...
$ cd /opt/sancho
$ ./sancho-bin -b
Which disables the web browser and it's all good. Now I need some help to modify the "sancho" shell script to add this "-b" switch.
cd $(dirname $0)
I assume that should be ./sancho-bin -b "$@" but no joy :-(
Oops, adding the -b switch to the correct script, /opt/bin/sancho actually produces the desired effect!
update now in portage (0.9.4.5); thanks :)