Problem Building gnucash
Stephen Grant Brown
s_g_brown at bemail.com.au
Mon Aug 13 23:37:34 EDT 2007
Sorry about the confusion, it is all my fault.
What I meant to say was that I created a custom.sh file in the same directory as defaults.sh (in my case e:soft/downloads) and install.sh was still looking in c:/soft and sub-dirs for the files.
Maybe I had custom.sh wrong. Anyway, I just deleted custom.sh, and changed c:/soft to e:/soft in defaults.sh
and it fixed that problem.
Yours Sincerely Stephen Grant Brown
----- Original Message -----
From: Nathan Buchanan
To: Stephen Grant Brown
Cc: GNUCash Developers
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 7:36 AM
Subject: Re: Problem Building gnucash
On 8/13/07, Stephen Grant Brown <s_g_brown at bemail.com.au> wrote:
I have just successfully built and run the successfully built gnucash on windows xp.
One problem I run into was that I had to change the defaults.sh to use e:/soft instead of defaults.sh.
change defaults.sh to use a path instead of a itself? I don't understand the problem.
A second problem was that I had to find docbook-xsl-1.72.0.zip manually. I downloaded it into the e:/soft/downloads directory and and then rerun install.sh for it to run to completion.
hmm...I vaguely remember dealing with something along these lines, but didn't look into it further. I'll have another look when I build 2.2.1.
I now have two installs of gnucash. One from running gnucash-2.2.0-setup , the other from my own build and install.
See my other post re problems starting gnucash from the setup program.
Thanks for gnucash unders windows xp. Keep up the good work.
Stephen Grant brown
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