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Old 02-15-2004, 10:34 PM   #1
mwreed
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Enlightenment fnlib dep problem- RH7.2


Okay, I'm running RH 7.2 on a dinosaur of an old Toshiba laptop. I've been trying for awhile to get Enlightenment installed on my system (I need something a bit leaner than KDE), but this fnlib dependency is giving me fits. I've installed it twice, once using make and make install on a tarball from the term window, and once using the package manager and an RPM version. Now I know for a fact that this dependency is fulfilled, but when I do a test install for enlightenment, RH says I don't have it. I've googled, I've done everything I can think to do. Is there a workaround?
 
  


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