From: Don Allingham <dallingham@us...> - 2002-03-03 04:53:01
On Sat, 2002-03-02 at 18:58, Gary Montalbine wrote:
> checking for python ... (cached) /usr/bin/python
> checking for python1.5 ... no
> checking for python2.0 ... no
> checking for python2.2 ... no
> I am using python 2.1.1
This is actually okay. Gramps checks for your version of python. It
found /usr/bin/python, and determined it was 2.1, it then checked to see
if any other versions are installed.
> Checking for gnome-config ... (cached) no
> ./configure: gnome-config: command not found.
This is not an absolute requirement (which is why it did not fail at
that point). If it can find the Python bindings for GTK and GNOME, it
does not need this.
> There appeared to be no problem with Make.
> Make install - after about three entries, I got the following error:
> /usr/bin/install: cannot stat '*.so': no such file or directory.
> What am I missing? Any suggestions?
It looks like what happened is that the python development include files
where not found, so it did not build the internationalization libraries
(intl21.so). If you only need English support, you should be able to
force the install by typing:
make -k install
If you need Spanish, Italian, French, German, or Swedish support, you
will need to either install from the RPM (which has the library file
already built), or install the python-devel RPM from the Mandrake
distribution, and rerun configure.
I'll clean up the installation on the for future releases.