Re: [Evolution] compiling evo b3 on woody...


The reason bonobo couldn't find gnome-print is probably because you
never installed the libgnomeprint-dev packages. You'll also need to
install all the -dev packages for all of the gnome libraries if you
intend on building evolution yourself. Also, since you have gnome
installed to /usr and are installing hand-made versions of the same
libraries to /usr/local, the /usr ones will be the ones that are found,
so if you really want to have 2 of every library installed, you will
need to set GNOME_HOME and/or GNOME_PATH environment variables and I
forget how to do it off the top of my head.


On Fri, 2001-09-07 at 23:31, Mattt wrote:
Hi all,

  Thought I'd drop a line here before I start to do any damage...

  I'm running Woody, but have more recently started to roll all my own
packages (as updated versions become available...).

  To that end, I'm now trying to build evo b3 (after using b2 installed
from a deb), but configure can't find bonobo (which is installed fom a
deb). So I grabbed a tarball for bonobo (the latest), which, in turn,
can't find gnome-print. I grabbed the latest gnome-print - it installed
finely and dandily, but bonobo's configure still spits the dummy about
it. Catch 22...

  I am, in case it matters, installing all home-made builds into
/usr/local, and (thus far) have not removed the corresponding debs (I
anticipate a _big_ lack of fun if I were to go removing these debs, and,
to date, have not had any dilemna with this. I do, of course, remove the
debs for actual apps (ie - pan, galeon, etc) just prior to installation
of compiled newies).

  Just to clarify - I _do_ have devel packages installed for all
relevant stuff, and all versions are at least what's required.

  Anyone have more idea than I ?

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