Re: errors right off the bat.

kidlinux <> writes:

> > > that is what occurs immediatly after the 'make' command is issued.
> > > I really have no clue whats going on here, but any suggestions as to
> > > what may alleviate this problem would be much appreciated.
> > > (I had to configure with the parameters '--enable-threads=no').
> >
> > You need to install GNU gettext or configure GTK+ with
> > --disable-nls. (This will be somewhat fixed for 1.1.13
> > if I have anything to say about it.)
> >
> > Why did you have to configure GLib with --disable-threads?
> > What are your systems details. (Always mandatory on
> > a bug report in any case ;-)
> >
> >                                         Owen
> I used --enable-threads=no, becuase I got some kind of warning about my
> system not having threads. I don't think it happened again, even when I
> didn't use it upon learning of the --disable-nls.  I just decided I'd try
> something that looked like it would disable any threadding option, to
> prevent from getting the warning again.  (it was gtk upon which i used the
> option '--enable-threads=no')
> I'm running slackware 3.5, kernel 2.0.36, xf86 3.3.2, libc5 on a 486 dx/2
> 80, 32 ram.. I don't really know what else you need.. do you need info on
> my libraries and whatnot?
> Heh, I don't know if it matters anymore, because --disable-nls seemed to

What I was worried about was the need for --disable-threads. But
if you say that you were just trying to get rid of the informational
message, then everything's OK.


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