Re: Install problem on 2.4.0 - missing fontconfig
- From: Dave Smith <davecindysmith comcast net>
- To: Steffen Gutmann <gutmann ieee org>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Install problem on 2.4.0 - missing fontconfig
- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 06:35:45 -0500
My system doesn't have any version of fontconfig installed. Is a fontconfig
binary included as part of XFree86 4.4.0? Do you happen to have a list of
all of the directories and files that need to be backed up and reinstalled on
the updated system (in addition to XF86Config and xinitrc)?
On Wednesday 17 March 2004 20:35, Steffen Gutmann wrote:
> I had the very same problem when installing gtk-2.3.4.
> Most probably your fontconfig is too old. I solved the problem by
> installing latest XFree86 package 4.4.0. You can find binaries for your
> architecture on http://www.xfree86.org and the installation on my
> system (RedHat 7.1) went smooth (but remember to do backups first,
> especially xinitrc and XF68Config I had to backup to get back to my
> gnome desktop).
> Kind regards,
> Dave Smith wrote:
> >I had gtk+-2.2.4 installed and working on SuSE 8.1. When upgrading to
> >gtk+-2.4.0, glib, pango, and atk all installed OK, but the configure
> > failed on gtk because the "pangoxft" package was not found. The pango
> > configure complained that "fontconfig" was not found, but this same
> > message also appeared when building 2.2.4 (which built and ran OK). I
> > assume that the changes in the gtk configure script were necessary to
> > support new features.
> >I tried to install "fontconfig", but I get a compilation error that:
> >`PS_FontInfoRec' is undeclared. I found some communications in the
> > fontconfig archives stating that there may be a conflict with the version
> > of FreeType, but there was nothing that really gave a solution.
> >Has anyone else had this problem? If so, what was your solution?
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Dave Smith
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