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glats 03-31-2015 08:39 PM

Can't install libgksu from SlackBuilds in Slackware 64 current
 
I triying install gksu for my slackware64-current but when try to compile libgksu display the follow error:

http://pastebin.com/33AdcpAa

thanks for advanced

ponce 04-01-2015 12:17 AM

hi glats! as you probably already know, SBo's official repository supports the stable Slackware releases.

that said, the build stops because of the newer autotools in -current: you can let it finish if you edit libgksu.SlackBuild, changing the
Code:

autoreconf
line with
Code:

autoreconf -vif
and then launch it manually (as it looks to me you are using sbopkg): copy the files somewhere, do the mod and run it.

glats 04-01-2015 07:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ponce (Post 5340672)
hi glats! as you probably already know, SBo's official repository supports the stable Slackware releases.

that said, the build stops because of the newer autotools in -current: you can let it finish if you edit libgksu.SlackBuild, changing the
Code:

autoreconf
line with
Code:

autoreconf -vif
and then launch it manually (as it looks to me you are using sbopkg): copy the files somewhere, do the mod and run it.

Nice, thank you very much!


There is a document that speaks how to solve these problems?
I mean for future installations from Slackbuilds.org in Slackware64-current and What -current repositories are for?

Thanks for advanced

Alien Bob 04-01-2015 08:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by glats (Post 5340801)
Nice, thank you very much!


There is a document that speaks how to solve these problems?
I mean for future installations from Slackbuilds.org in Slackware64-current and What -current repositories are for?

Thanks for advanced

From http://docs.slackware.com/slackware:...rrent_versions

Quote:

The Slackware developers assume that anyone running slackware-current realizes that he/she is in essence, a beta tester.
Don't just rely on others if you choose to run slackware-current. You need to be(come) able to solve these issues yourself, or know where to look for the answers.
If that is asking too much, then you'll also be very happy with the stable Slackware 14.1.

glats 04-01-2015 08:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alien Bob (Post 5340811)
From http://docs.slackware.com/slackware:...rrent_versions



Don't just rely on others if you choose to run slackware-current. You need to be(come) able to solve these issues yourself, or know where to look for the answers.
If that is asking too much, then you'll also be very happy with the stable Slackware 14.1.

Ok I understand, so i will be a beta tester user!

Thank you very much


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