#22 building kcachegrind on RHEL 4.

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2005-08-23
2005-08-23
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had a problem building kcachegrind on RHEL 4.

The problem building kcachegrind was due to a bug in
the kcachegrind makefile pointing to a relative path
for the KDE index SGML document type definition. A
help-system building bug, which probably wouldn't bite
us if it weren't for RedHat's different filesystem layout.

Anyway, from within the kcachegrind build directory,
after failing on your make, run this command to symlink
the directory so it will finish building. Then "make"
will complete, and "make install" will work. Make sure
to install valgrind and calgrind to /usr/local rather
than /usr/local/valgrind as well, because there appear
to be hard-coded paths.

ln -s /usr/share/apps/ksgmltools2/customization/dtd/
doc/en/dtd

Have fun :)
--
Matthew P. Barnson
Engineer, UNIX Operations

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