Re: [gnome-db] compiling gnome - db-1.85 stuff

On Mon, 2002-02-11 at 15:29, mbrian wrote:
> Gnome-libs is, I found a reference to other lfs users doing:
> Berzerkeley DB: (3.3.11 specific)
>     UCB's database library.
>         cd build_unix/
>         ../dist/configure \
>           --prefix=/usr \
>           --enable-compat185 \
>           --enable-static \
>           --enable-shared
>         make docdir=/usr/doc/Berkeley-DB all install
>         cd /usr/lib/ && ln -s libdb-3.3.a libdb.a
>         sed 's/^DB185/DB/' /usr/include/db_185.h > /usr/include/
>         mv /usr/include/ /usr/include/db_185.h
> (they too neglected to mention what version of gnome they were trying) I 
> will try this and, I guess it worked for somebody.. I was really 
> hoping there would be something obviously missing that I don't see.
> I complain, but I'm building this lfs system (where you take a empty 
> disk and compile *everything*) to uncover all of the things, like this, 
> that keep me from ever building any of the cool stuff; when I can't 
> figure out if it's a bug in the app or just my broken distro (like the 
> atexit() glibc problem I used to have).. If I use a binary, that would 
> be cheating. I've already done that once with mozilla ;) .
> ...thought maybe there might be something that is part of every standard 
> distro that I haven't got yet.
> Oh yeah, configure bails like this:
> checking for umode_t... no
> checking for dbopen... no
> checking for dbopen in -ldb... no
> checking for dbopen in -ldb1... no
> checking for __db185_open in -ldb-3... no
> If that rings any bells.. I figured it would at least start passing a 
> couple of them now that I've got libdb-4.0.a,, 
>,, libdb.a, in local/lib &
> db.h, db_185.h, db_cxx.h in local/include.
has gnome-libs' configure any flag for specifying a different db?
version than the default one? Such as --with-db-dir or something like

If so, you may force it to use the db? version you want.

Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo gnome-db org> - <rodrigo ximian com> -

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