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I was able to compile 2.23 and I use it with ubuntu 17.04 on 3.0 kernel.
I only changed MIN_KERNEL_SUPPORTED in debian/sysdeps/linux.mk
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fyi:
I just built Netsurf 3.7 for Easy Debian Jessie/armhf and it seems to work fine. So I uploaded an archive of the Debian packages. [1] As always, please feel free to host and share this archive as it will undoubtedly vanish at some point.
Code:
$ md5sum netsurf_3.7_ed_sulu.tar
2d789e49980b19fe8369d7511ee12c9a  netsurf_3.7_ed_sulu.tar
I also tried to backport zulucrypt from Buster. but while the build process worked smoothly, actually mounting volumes fails with this error message:
Code:
ERROR: Insufficient privilege to mount the device with given options
Unfortunately the code is ambiguous about throwing this message [2] and I did not bother to investigate further. The same packages fail mounting a truecrypt volume with a different error message in their build environment (Jessie chroot on Stretch host on my Cubieboard2), while a parallel amd64 build works fine in a Jessie/amd64 chroot. So I don't know whether to blame the Maemo kernel, the architecture or something entirely different.


[1] http://www86.zippyshare.com/v/0wxbdbue/file.html
[2] https://github.com/mhogomchungu/zulu.../open_volume.c
 

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