Re: How tell atk 1.0.3 or pango 1.0.4 where my glib 2.0.6 is located?

Ensure the pkg-config knows about glib-2.0: run manually
'pkg-config glib-2.0 --cflags' - if it will fail add to
PKG_CONFIG_PATH path to "glib-2.0.pc" file.
You can find it by running 'find / -name 'glib-2.0.pc' -print'.
So you can do smth like this (bash):
1. PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$PKG_CONFIG_PATH:`find / -name 'glib-2.0.pc -print`
then echo the PKG_CONFIG_PATH (if you want):
and save it where you like (in "~/.bashrc" for example):
3. echo PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$PKG_CONFIG_PATH >> ~/.bashrc
   echo export PKG_CONFIG_PATH >> ~/.bashrc


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