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Good day. I am having some problems installing Kaffeine 0.7.1. I am using Mandriva 2005LE. I have untared the file & tried to run the ./configure command. It stops and tells me that I need to install xine-lib. I have installed xine-lib 1.1.1. It seems to be one of the few things I have been able to install on my system with out using URMPI or the Mandriva Install software. How do I tell Kaffeine that xine-lib is already installed? If I need to edit a file to tell it where it is at, how do I find where xine-lib was installed? Thank you for your help with this.
Which one of these is xine-lib? I notice that the first two options say lib in them, how do I tell which one is the one I need. After that, how do I tell Kaffeine to look in that location for xine-lib? Thank you again for your help.