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Re: compiled packages for suse 11.2

From: Maciej Mrozowski
Subject: Re: compiled packages for suse 11.2
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 14:28:31 +0100
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On Tuesday 16 of March 2010 14:13:35 yahoo-pier_andreit wrote:
> Jari Turkia wrote:
> > On 11.3.2010 12:00, yahoo-pier_andreit wrote:
> >>> For x86 or x64? Did you try building a version from a 11.1 src.rpm?
> >>> That should do the trick for you.
> I'm trying to compile by
> in order to have a sort of repository where I can update gnokii
> but it gives me this error:
> + /opt/gnome/bin/glib-gettextize -f -c
> /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.Ld3yvC: line 62: /opt/gnome/bin/glib-gettextize: No
> such file or directory error: Bad exit status
> from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.Ld3yvC (%build)
> in the opinion of a community member:
> To me it looks like the makefile or such needs to be patched to find
> the files in /usr/bin rather than /opt/gnome/bin. What I would do is
> look at unpacking that tarball and inspecting via fgrep to find out
> what files are calling the obsolete paths.

Probably none, gnokii uses autotools (autoconf) that discovers dev tools from 
system. So it's not that gnokii has gnome paths hardcoded anywhere. Your 
/opt/gnome/bin probably overrides /usr/bin in your PATH and that's why 
incorrect tool is picked.
Examine your build environment, especially PATH and optionally 
LD_LIBRARY_PATH/LD_RUN_PATH. Also make sure nothing else unwanted from /opt, 
/usr/local gets in a way.


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