Re: [Banshee-List] Compiling
- From: Charles Goodwin <charlie vexi org>
- To: banshee-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] Compiling
- Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 11:33:55 +0000
After build-dep failed to solve my problem, and me spending ages
looking for the relevant gnome-common-dev package, I decided to just
look through the full gnome- package list. Frustratingly,
gnome-common (i.e. no -dev) was not installed. Of course,
gnome-common is not a Gnome component but just the build tools.
Notably, build-dep failed to install gnome-common, monodoc, and
libmusicbrainz-dev, which I obviously did myself. Oh well.
Now I'm curious as to whether doing the build-dep was necessary. It's
a good job HD space is cheap these days! ;-)
On 12/14/05, Chris Halse Rogers <chalserogers gmail com> wrote:
> Since it looks like you're on Ubuntu, I'd suggest using "apt-get
> build-dep banshee" to get all the build dependencies. It worked for
> me. You probably don't have the proper -dev packages.
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