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i´m having more troubles when i try to configure the packet that i´m going to install
***The glib-cofig script installed by GLIB could not be found***If GLIB was installed in PREFIX, make sure PREFIX/bin is in***your path, or set the GLIB_CONFIG environment variable to the ***full path to glib-config
what is GLIB?
what i need to do to continue with the installation??
You'll save yourself a lot of trouble if you download cd2 and cd3, both of these will contain almost every program you will need for day to day computing as precompiled mandrake 8 binaries in rpm format.
You may even want to consider downloading the latest mandrake 9.1 instead, 8.0 is rather old and may not support the new hardware well. If you only have a dialup connection you can often get burnt cd of linux distro's from your local LUG (Linux User Group).