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Read man ldconfig and make sure your /etc/ld.so.conf is set up correct. If still no joy then you can run "./configure --help" in the top level of the pango source, there may be an option to state explicitly where glib is.
Yeah, my /etc/ld.so.conf is set up correctly. No option to state where glib is (however it is in /usr/local/lib). I added a line in my ld.so.conf, "/usr/local/lib/glib-2.2.1", the location of the glib install, too. Still no go. I need to get pango and atk-1.2.0 to install the latest GTK+ for a slew of programs. Is there any hope of getting around this perhaps?
in pango directory? If you ran it previously w/o glib installed the configuration is stored in config.cache file to clean it up most developers provide make distclean target, or in the worst case scenario you should unpack pango tarball again, and as far as /etc/ld.so.conf goes make sure /usr/local/lib is there if you are positive glib libs are in /usr/local/lib directory and run ldconfig again to make the system aware of new shared libs. Good luck.