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I've been trying to install the newest version there. I have been tracking down RPM's all night and getting all the dependencies installed for this that wants that that needs this that needs this which in turn requires a newer version of the first thing I installed.
Okay, So its a RH9 system. I think I have everything, but the configure is complaining about libgnomeui-2.0 which I have (it cant find it) - I've fot the PKG_CONFIG_PATH set and all. It also is blabbing somehting about an libgnomeui-2.0.pc file that I don't have for some reason.
First - anyone have a RH9 RPM install for this thing?
Second - any ideas on what they hell I am doing wrong, and is there any easier way...
like: RPM -Uvh ALLOFINTERNET.rpm
I need sleep
Okay, I think part of the problem was that I did not have the gnome-development stuff installed. Problem is now I have some newer packages so I cant just do a RH update to get the rest of them.
Any ideas? Or is this not the problem anyway?
Well I just updated the page. Someone just made RH9.0 RPMs, so I think you are in luck. (Downloading all those development stuff might go waste now). Anyways grab them and see if its OK. And if you have problems with the RPMs I can send them on to the Gawain who made them.
Well that sounds fantastic! I looked on the files page and did not see any RPM's though. Its got the same stuff as it did before.
Maybe it just has not updated yet...
I will check again in a little while
Okay, here are a few notes: On the top of the sourceforge summary page, the home page link does not go to the web page, but back to the summary page. I did not know there was a web page (and then I found the RPMS).
The RPMS however did not work for me. They required gtkhtml3 >= 3.0 and libgtksourceview-1.0
So started the same dependency installing hell, and then decided to just wait to see if we can get a fixed one
A tip, you can (more often than not) get RPMs for most programs from rpmfind.net or other such site.
What a baby...
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