Re: glib configure

Glib is now working, but when I went to try and configure the program that needs glib it complains that it can't find it.

What has happened is that in /usr/local/include I now have a glib-2.0 directory. It has heaps of header files in it, including glib.h. There is also a glib-2.0 directory in /usr/local/lib which has glibconfig.h in it, which is also required. It is easy enough to make some links so that my programs can find these and compile. What I want to know is what is the correct\easy way of achieving this. What is the normal procedure for making sure that these files can be found during compilation?

Thanks Jeremy

Jeremy Banks wrote:

The config.log file has an error saying that it can't load the shared library libintl.s0.2. This library is definitely in /usr/local/lib.

Check whether /usr/local/lib is in /etc/
If not, add and run ldconfig.

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