On Sun, Nov 28, 2004 at 06:57:14 -0500, Alexander K. Hansen wrote:
> On Nov 28, 2004, at 6:21 PM, Andreas Ntaflos wrote:
> >An error like this was output:
> >checking for gnome-config... no
> >checking for gnomeConf.sh file in /sw/lib... not found
> >configure: error: Could not find the gnomeConf.sh file that is
> >by gnome-libs install
> >### execution of ./configure failed, exit code 1
> >I checked and gnome-libs wasn't installed, so I said
> >>fink install gnome-libs
> >which went fine too, apparently. But it didn't help, there's still no
> >gnomeConf.sh to be found anywhere.
> >So my questions are these: what do I need to do to get that
> >file on the system and what would I have to do to check if all those
> >dependencies are really neccessary? I mean all that Gnome stuff and
> >and the like just to get one program running?
> >Hopefully I've provided enough information, if not please tell me what
> >else you need. I'd appreciate any pointers, hints and tipps as I am not
> >yet very familiar with Fink and it's functionality.
> >Thanks in advance!
> Do you have gnome-libs-dev? That's what provides the files that showed
> up as missing.
That did the trick, thanks!
Although there are still some problems compiling Bacula, I should
probably contact the maintainer about that, some options to ./configure
could/should be modified when only the file daemon (bacula-fd) is needed
on the client.
Andreas "daff" Ntaflos
daff AT dword DOT org