gem on linux
guenter.geiger at psp-vie.be.philips.com
Wed Oct 7 18:35:02 CEST 1998
What configure does is just trying to compile a mini program with the library.
You can look into src/Gnu/config.log what happened (must be at the very end).
You could also try to link a mini progam with gltt yourself, then you will see why
the linker can´t find it.
That is, configure currently looks in the standard paths and in the AuxLibs path for
a *compiled* gltt.
Also, I have just finished version 0.77 and it is currently being uploaded to Debian.
If that succeeds I will announce the new version publicly.
From: oswald berthold[SMTP:ost at farmermanual.co.at]
Sent: Tuesday, October 06, 1998 4:08 PM
To: Guenter Geiger
Cc: 'dlock at acs.itd.uts.edu.au'; 'pd-list at iem.mhsg.ac.at'
Subject: gem on linux
been installing PD on a gericom notebook (dubious austrian manufacturer)
and it runs really fine, but when i try to install gem, i still get the
same ERROR (while configuring GEM with ./configure) namely while "looking
for main in gltt" it just doesnt find/recognize gltt, althoug its
installed (in /usr/local/) and also hanging out in the AuxLibs directory
(which if specified in the configure file as the dir to look for libs)
any hints fro that, thanks loads, osss
p.s.: all this on a "freshly installed RedHat 5.1" thingy linux
so, should i just switch to debain?? ;)
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