On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 10:23:10 +0100, Liam Bedford <lbedford at lbedford.org>
> bobb wrote:
>>>> Where did you install glib2.4 ?
glib2.4 is installed to /usr/local/lib, which is where the problem was...
the pango configure was looking for it in /usr/lib/
I reconfigured glib to use /usr/lib instead of /usr/loca/lib (./configure
--prefix=/usr), then ran pango configure again, success.
Strange though, cause as I was trying to fix this, I did at one stage tell
pango configure to look in /usr/local/lib for the libs, but that did not
work (./configure --libdir=/usr/local/lib).
Howandever, pango finally compiled, and gtk2.4 is doing that right now.
Thanks for the pointers,
Yours in eternal newbiness,
Cogito Cogito Ergo Sum, but I'm not so sure...
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