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Old 10-01-2003, 08:04 AM   #1
svanspal
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Unhappy Trouble installing KDE through Konstruct


Hi there,

Here are my problems,

I am trying to install some software into my linux system, (RedHat 9) but it requires KDE.

Having seen all the packages with KDE I decided to download Konstruct and get it to install-download for me.

Doing a full install, I have encoutered an error saying the I need Berkely DB2, and pointing me to a link that is dead. I tracked down Berkeley DB2 and installed the latest version.

However I still get this error. I figured I could link the file (db.h) to where it is looking for it, but I don't know exactly which directory it is looking for it in.

Unfortunately I cannot place the full error message here as it seems to be picking something up as a URL even though I cut everything that looks remotely as a URL out of the message

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance

Steve
 
  


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