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Re: [kmldonkey] install problems

From: Petter E. Stokke
Subject: Re: [kmldonkey] install problems
Date: 13 Mar 2003 18:46:57 +0100

On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 17:56, Mirco Dunker wrote:
> hi there,
> i wanted to install kmldonkey 0.7 and typed ./configure. the following
> error was thrown:
> checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check
> your installation and add the correct paths!
> i am new to linux and so i haven't any idea what to do. 
> i am using red hat 8.0 and KDE 3.0

Looks like you don't have the development packages for X installed. You
need to install them in order to compile software that uses the X
libraries; they're usually called the same as the X packages, with
-devel or -dev appended to the end. I can't give you any specifics, as I
don't use Red Hat personally.

You should also make sure you have the development packages for Qt and
kdelibs installed. Likely, if you try to install kdelibs-devel (or
whatever it's called) first, the package manager will tell you which
other devel packages you also need to install, as the kdelibs package
will depend on them.

Petter E. Stokke <address@hidden>
#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys;x=sys.stdout.write;r=xrange;j=complex;f=float;a=abs;u=chr
def m(c,z=0j,i=0,p=lambda z,i,g:x(['',' ',g][(i>=128)+(a(z)>=2)*2])):
 while a(z)<2 and i<128:(z,i)=(z*z+c,i+1);p(z,i,u(32+i%93))
for s in r(25):[m(j(n*.04,(f(s)-12.5)*.08)) for n in r(-50,25)];x('\n')

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