From: A. Mani <a_mani_sc_gs@vs...> - 2004-11-22 22:28:46
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> 1. Re: A. Mani : Kile-1.7x on Slackware-10 (Jeroen Wijnhout)
>Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 10:41:58 +0100
>From: Jeroen Wijnhout <Jeroen.Wijnhout@...>
>Subject: Re: [Kile-devel] A. Mani : Kile-1.7x on Slackware-10
>On Friday 19 November 2004 23:04, A. Mani wrote:
>> I compiled kile-1.7x (all) on slackware-10 (kde-3.2, qt-3.3).
>>But the toolbars and symbols are all missing. I tried to compile it over
>>the installation again with the same effect. I am including the set of
>>messages in bash, on opening a document. The basic toolbars appeared
>>after I opened it. But none of the rest. tetex is fine.
>It appears you have installed Kile in the wrong place. In principle
>the configure script should detect where to install KDE apps, but
>apparently that didn't work. Pass the path to KDE to the configure script:
>with /path/to/kde as given by
yes, I took the prefix to be /usr as usual. It is wonderful.
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