Trouble with Enlightenment's configure script
From: Noé Falzon (NOnoe.falzon_at_SPAMtiscali.frHERE)
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 22:53:59 +0200
Being quite a newcomer to Linux, I followed the non official instructions
found here : http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=3924
Everything went great until the configuration script of Enlightenment
itself. The guide asks to type : ./configure
Though, the configure script answers that with-imlib-prefix is an invalid
variable name. I just found out that it works better without all the
"with-imlib-prefix=/usr/local/imlib" stuff, since the configure script
finds the imlib correctly without any help.
The problem resides in the fnlib. I installed it correctly, with prefix
/usr/local/fnlib but now I can't find how to make Enlightenment's configure
script find this library. When I send the command ./configure
--prefix=/usr/local/enlightenment , it says :
checking for Fnlib_init in -lFnlib... no
ERROR: Enlightenment needs a system with libFnlib.so (fnlib)
I'm quite sure that the problem is with the configure script, since I
installed fnlib correctly just a moment before.
How can I force the script to find the library ?
Thanks in advance
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