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Old 04-04-2004, 09:29 PM   #1
Thray
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-config missing in Fedora


While attempting to install an XMMS plugin in Fedora, I got an error (after running ./configure) that XMMS was not installed, based on the fact that it could not find xmms-config.
This wasn't true, I had used XMMS already...

So, I decided to try reinstalling XMMS.
./configure ended with an error saying that GLIB wasn't installed because it couldn't find glib-config. But there are tons of files all over with 'glib' in them, but no glib-config or xmms-config, according to KFind.

Why are these files missing and how do I fix it?
 
  


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