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Old 10-24-2003, 09:49 PM   #1
tricky_linux
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Distribution: Red Hat Linux 9.0; Old and Solid
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Trying to install libstk!


The reason why i am trying to install libstk was because of xine-ui.
So i had download libstk through CVS.
After i extract *.tar.gz.
I did autogen.sh everything goes fine.
But right until i do next step ./configure which says in that readme file.
Then it says
configure: error: *** boost/shared_ptr.hpp not found --build will fail!

Since i had read about shell script before, so i had looked up the source and the reason why was that a path named
$ac_cv_header_boost_shared_ptr_hpp wasn't available. but which software have that plugin or how i get it set?
I had using a full install of redhatlinux9.0 with upgraded kernel 2.4.22 which radeon running in 3D.
ANY IDEAS?
 
  


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