Sun, 19 Nov 2000 10:19:42 -0700
Robert Graham Merkel wrote:
> Jean-Claude Magras writes:
> > Greetings,
> > I have installed GNOME under DtLogin on Solaris7. I might be willing to
> > pkgadd' them together if this does not violate IBM work rules
> > 'art-for-hire'.
> > But I want to know if all the GNU stuff(including GNUcash) are under
> > /usr/local
> > ... what is the link command GUILE needs ? The message is very unclear
What I usually do is to compile gnucash, and then mv /usr/local to
/usr/local-old so the only thing that will exist there is the gnucash
software. Then I cp /usr/local-old/share/guile/slib to /usr/local/share/guile/slib
so whoever grabs the package doesn't have to worry about it.
Then do the find that pkgadd will need and save it as /tmp/files.
Finish making the package. Delete /usr/local and then mv /usr/local-old
to /usr/local and then make install again so the system is back to normal.
It's not as convoluted as it sounds. If you want to know which libraries
Gnucash needs do a "ldd /usr/local/bin/gnucash" and Solaris will output
the lib files that you need to run gnucash.
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