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Old 09-27-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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how to know the dependencies of the program when making a package?

how do i know the dependencies of the program upon downloading the source code of this application?
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Many times there's a README or INSTALL file that outlines the dependencies. What source code are you working with?
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thanks. i also found out that by ./configure
it outputs dependencies
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Search for the error line or word in google or try installing the dependent package also;


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