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Sun Nov 20 17:22:51 EST 2005
On Sunday 20 November 2005 8:53 pm, Vinay Pai wrote:
> Ok, I checked my dpkg versions like you describe below and they're all
> exactly the same as yours except that I don't have guile1.4 and
> guile1.4-slib installed. You don't need both guile-1.6 and guile1.4,
Correct. Guile1.4 is just a hangover from previous builds but, importantly, it
does not interfere with the G2 build - unlike the rest of the older guile
> I erased my working directory and checked out the sources again with:
That'll do, but you should find that make distclean saves a lot of downloads.
> $ svn co http://svn.gnucash.org/repo/gnucash/trunk gnucash
> Checked out revision 11992.
> $ ./autogen.sh
> $ ./configure --enable-error-on-warning --enable-compile-warnings
You don't need to start again for that, just re-run configure with that option
as well as your others.
Also, if you want to install in a non-privileged directory, specify a --prefix
(that allows you to run make install without needing sudo or su)
> Options detected/selected
> QOF support ...........: 0.6.0
> QOF location ..........: /usr
> QOF library dir .......: /usr/lib
> QOF backend config ....: /usr/share/xml/qof/qsf
Nice to see you're using external QOF support!!!
> This time I got a different error:
> -Wl,/usr/local/lib/gnucash /usr/bin/ld: warning: libgoffice-1.so.0, needed
> by /usr/local/lib/gnucash/libgncmod-gnome-utils.so.0, not found (try
> using -rpath or
Ooh. That's not good. This should have been picked up in the configure. You
appear to not have libgoffice installed. On Debian, you can install
$ dpkg -l libgoffice-1-1
ii libgoffice-1-1 0.1.2-1
*And it's -dev package:*
ii libgoffice-1-dev 0.1.2-1
Not sure why this wasn't picked up before.
> I had goffice-1-1 installed.
Maybe not the -dev ?
> I purged libgoffice-1-1,
> libgoffice-1-common and libgoffice-1 and then forced version 0.0.4-1
> from testing.
Nasty - I don't think you needed to do that, sorry.
> Then distclean, autogen and configure and make. Now I'm
> getting the old error again:
(Glad to see you are persistent! )
> ../../../../src/gnome/.libs/libgncgnome.so: undefined reference to
Hmm. I wouldn't worry about how you've ended up here again. I think your best
option is to go back to libgoffice-1-1 with it's dev package.
Maybe you're missing libgsf:
and it's dev package:
Still can't see why configure didn't tell you the same.
> I've got automake 1.9.6, autoconf 2.59, libtool 1.5.20, gcc 4.0.3. I'm
> running Debian Unstable on a 32-bit pentium-4.
> Hopefully I haven't omitted any important details this time. Thanks for
> your patience :)
You have had a hard time with all this, I think we should be glad you've got
enough patience to get this far!
Try using a helpful bash script to do all the build commands using:
case "$result" in
# repeat with whichever commands you need in turn, make etc.
for each command. That way, you are certain to catch all errors.
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