Mon, 15 Dec 2003 11:15:01 -0800
On December 15, 2003 10:53 am, Leo Spalteholz wrote:
> On December 15, 2003 09:15 am, Mike Kestner wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 01:21, Leo Spalteholz wrote:
> > > Something I definetly can't say
> > > about the nightmare of getting it working from source on Linux.
> > > (please please someone make debian packages :))
> > If you care to elaborate, maybe we can make it easier.
> > I know building anything from source on linux has a little learning
> > curve, but I'm uncertain what problems would be elevating the
> > gtk-sharp build to "nightmare" status.
> Sorry, nightmare was an overstatement there (I now realize I was
> thinking of compiling Mono more than gtk-sharp). Actually before about
> 0.12 or so I had no trouble installing gtk-sharp and the problems now
> are probably related to my ignorance of how things work on Linux.
> For the gtk-sharp compilation problems on Debian you suggested:
> "Your packager has two fixes to choose from: =A0install libasound.la in
> asound-devel, or don't install the .la that is referencing it. =A0You'll
> need a fixed package from your distributor, unless you want to go
> through your libdir and manually delete the offending .la."
> How would I determine which .la is referencing the missing liblinc.la?
> I guess I could install liblinc from source but I fear it'll lead me
> down another fruitless road of compile errors :(
Ok I was wrong. I compiled linc from source and copied the liblinc.la file=
over and it worked (may god strike me down for going around the debian=20
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