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Old 05-31-2005, 02:10 AM   #1
tiang_ono
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need help with gtkglare


Hi all,

I tried to install visual-2.1.9 for python2.2. When I type ./configure, the following error obtained
...
checkline GtkGlArea ... no
configure : error : gtkglarea is required on unix-like system

I have download the gtkglarea-1.2.2-16.src.rpm and install using rpm -ihv, and no error. I use RH9.

After that, I tried running ./configure again and the error above was still obtained.

If there are any suggestion about this problem

Thanks
 
Old 05-31-2005, 11:47 AM   #2
naimslim89
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You're installing the SOURCE RPM, not the binary RPM. If the file has .src.rpm at the end, it is a source package. Install the binary version of the package (i.e. without the "src" bit).

I'm not familiar with the software you are trying to install, but if it has any "-devel" packages, install them too.
 
  


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