nx-x11-1.4.0-r2 fails to compile on PPC. It first fails to compile as I've got gcc 3.4 (since 3.4 is now marked stable for PPC). However, after applying the patches from #62378, it gets further along compiling, and then fails again.
This time, the failure is in the nxdesktop component, regarding "next_be" being undefined. (Sorry, I don't have the full output anymore...)
I looked this up, and found that rdesktop had the same parse.h, but had moved next_be out of it's ifdef block and to the end of the file. (The ifdef regards big-endian and data-alignment).
Anyway, I'm doing a bad job describing the bug, but I'll attached a patch which moves next_be to the end of the parse.h just like the current version of rdesktop.
(See http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/rdesktop/rdesktop/parse.h and look at revision 1.10)
On the other hand, you could also turn on alignment for PPC... From what I've read, PPC doesn't require data alignment, but is faster with it enabled. But, I'm not an expert on this stuff, so I'm just happy this patch let me compile...
Created attachment 41189 [details, diff]
patch for next_be for PPC
Added block of meta-bug #63757
This has been fixed in nx-x11-1.4.0-r3, which should appear on your local rsync mirror in about an hour or so.
Closing old bug