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Old 10-09-2003, 04:22 PM   #1
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Unhappy gtkmm-config .. where is it?

Hi All,

Im trying desperatly to get this thing.. im tring to compile a program called heatload for my laptop.. now i have managed to install the lib's as requested sigc++ and gtk-- or gtkmm or what ever ) ive configured, compiled and installed gtkmm v2.2.8 and the lib's are there but the script gtkmm-config is no where to be seen.. im literally hititng my head against a wall ere.. am i just being stupid.. where is it.. ive even done a find on the whole system to try and locate it to no avail... HELP )


Old 11-10-2003, 10:04 PM   #2
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> script for seq24, it dies and requests an environment variable be set to
> point to the file 'gtkmm-config' . i've downloaded gtkmm-2.0.2 and
> installed it and its depedencies. however, i am unable to locate the

Sounds like the program in question requires an older gtkmm. Try installing
1.2.x instead. (version 2 moved to pkgconfig IIRC).


I found this with Google.



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