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Okay, well I am trying to install the beta 2.0 version for KDE 4.1 on my Kubuntu Hardy box, and I keep getting the following errors:
"carl@carl-desktop:~/Data/kshutdown-2.0beta1$ sudo sh Setup-kde4.sh
[sudo] password for carl:
TIP: Run "Setup-kde4.sh /your/prefix/dir" to specify custom installation directory
WARNING: "kde4-config" not found; using default installation prefix: /usr/local
Setup-kde4.sh: 33: pushd: not found"
Even if I change the installation directory, it still says "Setup-kde4.sh: 33: pushd: not found."
Do I need to change to a specific installation directory?
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> WARNING: "kde4-config" not found; using default installation prefix:
This warning may occur
if KDE4 "bin" directory (usually "/usr/lib/kde4/bin")
is not in the PATH env. variable.
The following command works on my Kubuntu
> /usr/local Setup-kde4.sh: 33: pushd: not found"
> Even if I change the installation directory, it still says "Setup-kde4.sh:
> 33: pushd: not found."
It seems that "pushd" is a bash built in command
and you are trying to run it via "sh".
On some systems /bin/sh command links to /bin/dash
which is not fully compatible with /bin/bash.. ;)
Try to run
"cd build.tmp; sudo make install"
"sudo sh Setup-kde4.sh"