--- Mark Page <mpage at esatclear.ie> wrote:
> Could you do a small favour and explain the 'miracle'
> because I've only
> managed to get halfway there. Was it an RPM?
OK, here's my recipe:
First, Sawmill requires a LISP interpreter library,
librep. It should install with ./configure, make and
make install. NOTE: configure scripts tend to default
to installing to /usr/local. This means the library
ends up in /usr/local/lib. Make sure this path is in
/etc/ld.so.conf. OR run './configure --prefix=/usr'.
Right. That matter sorted, you can install rep-gtk in
the same way you installed librep. Make sure
/usr/local/bin is in your path, or use --prefix.
Repeat for Sawmill itself.
If you installed Sawmill to /usr/local, the manager's
data will be found in /usr/local/share/sawmill/0.24
(or other version number). There should be a 'themes'
directory under that path, too. Unpack the tarballs:
tar zxvf /home/downloads/sMac.tgz
(Just an example of one of the cute Mac-themes that
still haven't been banned.)
If this isn't clear enough to you, I haven't had enough
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