Re: Planner-list Upgrading to 14.4 in ubuntu
- From: Phil Doomen <pdoomen gmail com>
- To: planner-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Planner-list Upgrading to 14.4 in ubuntu
- Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 19:14:01 -0700 (PDT)
I have ben trying to avoid looking like a dunce but I have to concede
How do I install the dev version of the missing packages? I have tried adjusting Package Manager source settings and tried apt-get and aptitute but can't find the dev versions. I am nervous of wrecking my install by installing packages manually.
I noticed that gconf2 in my Package Manager was using version 2.26 which is much higher that the stated minimum version for the configure script of 2.10 and noticed the messages about 'No package found' for this and the others and I wonder if the problem I am having is the location of the packages needs to be set as an environment variable specific to ubuntu. I can't find how to set this variable even though it is suggested to do this within the script.
Can anyone assist me?
I was wondering if you could advise on how to change the
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