[PD] install fink libs

Adam Lindsay atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
Tue Dec 2 17:10:27 CET 2003

Yes, Sara, thanks for passing on the hints.

Yves, I tried it with Fink Commander today, and I ran into the same
problem, as I detailed before: the package maintainer hadn't updated gsl-
shlibs for 10.3.x yet. I'm assuming you/Pablo created the package on 10.2?

This is the sort of reason why I don't like Fink. You trade in one sort
of dependency for another... expecting a central maintainer to keep
everything in synch and up-to-date.


Yves Degoyon said this at Tue, 2 Dec 2003 16:49:44 -0500:

>thanks for the feedback,
>but in these installation notes :
>we were using "Fink Commander"
>and did all from the graphical interface.
>have you tried that?
>it should be equivalent though..
>sara kolster wrote:
>> adam,
>> i think i found them. via the fink-list i got some help:
>> 1. Run commands:
>> ls /sw/fink/10.2-gcc3.3/unstable/main/finkinfo/graphics/libq*
>> ls /sw/fink/10.2-gcc3.3/unstable/main/finkinfo/sci/gsl*
>> 2. If they show up:
>> --> check the Trees: line in /sw/etc/fink.conf to see what trees Fink 
>> is looking for.  You have a  couple of options:
>> 1) If "unstable/main" isn't there, add it in, then run "fink index"  
>> again.  This will set you to look at the unstable tree for everything.
>> 2) Or you can copy the files into  
>> /sw/fink/10.2-gcc3.3/local/main/finkinfo, add "local/main" to the  
>> Trees: line, and run "fink index".
>> That worked for me.
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