Re: pkg-config


At this point you should use your distribution binary packages. It's a
trivial trouble and if you don't know the answer you may think about
waiting to get more experience before going further with your own

pkg-config not found means that either you've not installed it correctly
or you don't know how to add a path.
Try to add: export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin

PKG_CONFIG_PATH is when pkg-config works but doesn't find the .pc file
installed in its default directory.

Setting correctly the library path is left as an exercice. Same applies
for the automake/autoconf that you shouldn't need to use if your getting
your sources from the tarballs.

Again, you should really get your distribution binary packages and
forget about compiling by yourself for now.

Xavier Ordoquy.


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