FAILURE xaccResolveFilePath test-resolve-file-path.c:81
michael.seymour at wanadoo.fr
Mon Sep 25 13:08:24 EDT 2006
Le Lundi 25 Septembre 2006 14:15, Derek Atkins a écrit :
> Michael SEYMOUR <michael.seymour at wanadoo.fr> writes:
> > Le Dimanche 24 Septembre 2006 20:26, Derek Atkins a écrit :
> >> did you --enable-sql when you configured?
> > No. I did:
> > sudo ./configure
> > sudo make
> > sudo make check
> > sudo checkinstall
> Um... Why are you using sudo to build all this? This seems completely
> unnecessary, and it's clearly what's causing your problems. You
> might try:
> make check
> sudo checkinstall
I agree; this is what I would normally do. However, when I ran ./configure
after doing 'sudo make uninstall' and 'sudo make distclean', I got this funny
error about SLIB not being installed when clearly it was. I tried
symlinking "ln -s" as specified in one of the posts to a forum and various
other things (verifying the install by comparing to jsled's configuration
output, etc) and nothing worked except to run as superuser (sudo). I might
have borked a part of the install of gwrap or guile or slib but I don't think
> But you should also keep in mind that there have been reports that
> checkinstall doesn't work properly. YMMV.
Thanks for the tip. I've recently switched to Ubuntu and checkinstall seems to
be what is recommended. It seems to work (at least I can use gnucash again).
However, I didn't enter any dependencies into the system so, other than being
to use dpkg -r gnucash, I'm not certain what I gained.
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