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Old 11-24-2003, 03:54 AM   #1
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Attempting to compile software - GTK+ problems


Hi all,

I am trying to compile a program (sisctrl, the runtime XFree configurator for the sis_drv.o driver, by Thomas Winischhofer). I am having dependency difficulties. The configure script complains that GTK+ >= 2.0 must be installed. Yet I did install the libgtk rpm (and the -devel package too).

When I investigate the config.log, I find it is trying to #include <gtk/gtk.h>

I look in /usr/include, and find that Mandrake has given me a directory called gtk-2.0 (confusingly there is also one called gtk-1.2) and within that folder is are two directories, gtk and gdk. Inside this folder (/usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk) there seem to be all the header files I need, so I thought maybe I'll fix the problem my creating a pair of links:

(in /usr/include):

# ln -s gtk-2.0/gtk gtk
# ln -s gtk-2.0/gdk gdk

but the configure script still complains that GTK+ is not installed correctly. The config.log has not changed (and I did delete it before running configure again).

Anybody encountered this kind of trouble (with Mandrake, 9.1 to be specific) and fixed it? It seems that Mandrake are putting their files in non-standard places, is that correct? How can I work around this?

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 11-24-2003, 10:28 AM   #2
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I simply downloaded the latest versions of Glib, GTK, ATK, and Pango. You'll need the bison and flex packages (get them in the rpmdrake interface). Use --prefix=/usr for everything, and it works out perfectly.

Once bison and flex are installed (you'll need the cds, of course), just extract glib, gtk, atk and pango. Glib needs to be installed first, a simple './configure --prefix=/usr' works fine here, make && make install. The same procedure follows for the others in this order: ATK, Pango, GTK. The files are at gtk.org.

Of course, there may be another solution, but this is what I did, and it worked.
 
Old 11-24-2003, 12:59 PM   #3
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Wonderful, that worked a treat. Thanks!
 
  


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