I'm trying to install Pan 0.12.90 on a SuSE 8.0 box.
I've basically spent all day resolving the various dependencies. The
package manager (KPackage ) recognizes all the things I've used RPM's
to install. However, one of the final Pan dependencies is a recently
developed library for which there is no RPM (gtkspell-2.0.0).
I've successfully built the library from source, and told make to
install it in both /usr/local and /usr. But when I try to install the
Pan RPM I still get:
<eplacepkgs --test //home/byoung/pan-0.12.90-1.i686.rpm;echo
error: failed dependencies:
gtkspell >= 2.0.0 is needed by pan-0.12.90-1
libgtkspell.so.0 is needed by pan-0.12.90-1
Yet a find returns the following:
Thunder:/ # find -name libgtkspell.so.0
Thunder:/ # find -name gtkspell*
bla, bla, bla...
What am I doing wrong?
How can I get the Package Manager to recognize that a particular
library is in fact available, even though an RPM was not used to
install said library?
Do I have to create an RPM and install it that way?
If so, I need some pointers on how to do that.
TIA for any help.
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