December 6th, 2003, 12:51 AM
problem installing glib 2 and gtk libraries
ok so i have been running red hat for a few months and to run some of the more intensive programs, i needed updated libraries of glib ant gtk, but to install gtk i need the new version of glib, and when i attempt to compile and install glib 2.2.3, i get several errors, hopefully somone can point me in the right direction. ok here goes...i begin by typing ./configure in the terminal while in the glib directory where i extracted all the files necessary for installation to...all goes well, so i type "make", it finishes with no apparent problems, so i finish by typing "make install", it proceeds to install , with again no apparent problems...the problem is when i go to install the new gtk+ library, when i configure the install, it halts and says that when it checked for the glib >= version 2.0 it fails to see that i have install version 2.0 , so as you can see i am very confused, i tried restarting and re installing, but hasn't yeilded any results if anyone knows what i am doing wrong i would be greatful, thanks again for your help.
December 6th, 2003, 01:06 AM
Go to a terminal and type "apt get <the program you want>"
so if you wanted the program "nicotine" then type:
and it will promt you with all the dependencies that that app needs. Choose yes and huzza you are set. However, if that doens't work then go here http://freshrpms.net/apt/ and get your apt get program set up.
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