On 7/14/05, Darragh <lists at digitaldarragh.com> wrote:
> So, I need to find out where the bonobo libraries are so I can tell the
> .make command.
Check in /usr/lib and /usr/local/lib
You can use whatever packjage installer you used to install the
libraries to find out where it put them (that is of course if you used
one YAST, KPackage, RPM etc.). Also locate and find are useful.
Through X you can have a look in Install and Remove Software/Package
Groups. Personally I'd create a symlink where the make file expects
the libraries to be rather than redirect it. The likelyhood is some
other install in the future will expect it to be there and it saves
you the trouble of finding it again and editing another make file.
> I don't suppose any one else has installed the java-access-bridge on Suse?
> Is there anything else I should look out for? I think all the dependencies
> are installed so it should just be a case of telling the .make command where
> they are.
A quick google reveals AT SPI-1.6.4 and JDK-1.5.0 as dependencies. If
you start here:
you can follow these two through to find their dependencies and so on.
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