Thanks, I managed to figure that out after some troubleshooting. But thanks anyway. :)
My problem now is that when building a shared check lib it failes. I need to look at this some more, but it seem like my sed is not compatible. Since it will generate an empty exported.sym file, but if I manually copy the sed expression used and use gsed it will generate a file containing symbols. Which I guess is correct.
But this is something I am looking into atm, so I basically have come nowhere with this. :)
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Ämne: Re: [Check-users] check 0.9.6 on Solaris?
Från: Vincent Torri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Till: "Emil Hevald" <email@example.com>
CC: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Datum: 2009-01-23 11:05
To install newer autoconf, automake and libtool in otherdirectory than
/usr or /usr/local, I suggest that:
1) I suppose that, for example, you want to install it in your home, in
the subdirectory local/
2) export PATH="$HOME/loca:$PATH"
3) go into the directory of the autoconf that you want to install and
4) do the same for automake and libtool
5) Normally, everything should be fine, now. The m4 files of autoconf,
automake, aclocal and libtool, which are respectively in:
are automatically used .
Now, you can install these tools in another directory than $HOME/local,
BUT, you must always do the export call that I mentioned above to have all
those tools working correctly. To do that automatically, export PATH in a
shell system file, like .bashrc, .zshrc or any other shell you use
hope this helps