For perfomance observations,i installed (yesterday) the new Daily Build of the Sabayon, XFCE, 64 bits.
It works great and fast, Midori is the default "simple", "not heavy" browser. IT WAS WORKING in the live CD!
the, after installation, Midori not works! trying to open it from terminal, gives the message that
"LIBSTDC++ cannot be located"
I had in mind that it was a bug in Midori...for tests, i installed the regular Firefox 4, and... IT NOT OPENS, and gives the same message of the Midori, not localized LIBSTDC++...
i installed the package LIBSTDC++, but thei installation not solve the problem
I have a multiple boot machine. For make more tests, i installed Midori in Gentoo XFCE, then... Midori WORKS in Gentoo!
In my other "regular" Sabayon installation GNOME+KDE4, both browsers works Firefox working and i installeds Midori, ans this works.
Consequence, is only in my Sabayon XFCE Daily Build that the problem occurs.
Last edited by albfneto
on Tue Mar 29, 2011 18:09, edited 1 time in total.
ALBERTO FEDERMAN NETOalbfnetoalbfneto@fcfrp.usp.brFavorite Distros: Sabayon, Gentoo, Mandriva and OpenSUSE