On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 10:13:27AM +0000, Paul J Collins wrote:
> >>>>> "SH" == Steffen Higel <higels at tcd.ie> writes:
>> SH> I wouldn't have thought that the headers were put in
> SH> /usr/local/kde... are you sure they are there? I don't have
> SH> access to a FreeBSD machine atm, I can check it for sure
> SH> later...
>> Well, no. Giving a prefix of $foo would cause configure to check in
> $foo/include for header, $foo/lib for libraries, and so on.
Well, no. Giving a prefix of $foo will cause the generated binaries
to be built to be installed and run from $foo.
For example, vendor-distributed packages are usually configured with
--prefix=/usr and stuff you compile yourself is usually configured
with --prefix=/usr/local (which is usually the default anyway).
Usually it's the --with-XXX= options that tell configure where headers and
libs live. Do ./configure --help and look for a --with-kde or
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