kdemultimedia won't compile in slackware

kdemultimedia won't compile in slackware

Post by Pedro Sa » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 10:18:14



Hi, I can't seem to make install kdemultimedia-2.0.1.  Here is my
setup...

slackware 7.1
kernel 2.2.18
removepkg'ed all kde1
compiled and installed all kde 2.0.1 packages but kdemultimedia-2.0.1.
my method of installation is:

rm -Rf /tmp/work/*
mkdir /tmp/work
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install prefix=/tmp/work/usr
cd /tmp/work
makepkg <packagename>.tgz
installpkg <packagename>.tgz

This method fails on the fifth line "make install ..." with
kdemultimedia-2.0.1.  Here's part of the output:

Making install in runtime
make[2]: Entering directory
`/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts/runtime'
make[2]: *** No rule to make target
`/home/p2sam/download/kde/work/usr/bin/mcopidl', needed by
`artsbuilder.h'.  Stop.
make[2]: Leaving directory
`/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts/runtime'
make[1]: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory
`/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts'
make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1

funny thing, is if I just do "make install" with no specified prefix, it
installs fine.  any help is greatly appreciated.

 
 
 

kdemultimedia won't compile in slackware

Post by Simon Kesenc » Mon, 05 Feb 2001 07:16:57


I don't understand why you specify the prefix at the "make install" stage.  
You already seem to know to do that at the configure stage.  If you want to
install in "/tmp/work/usr", then do "./configure --prefix=/tmp/work/usr".

--S.


> Hi, I can't seem to make install kdemultimedia-2.0.1.  Here is my
> setup...

> slackware 7.1
> kernel 2.2.18
> removepkg'ed all kde1
> compiled and installed all kde 2.0.1 packages but kdemultimedia-2.0.1.
> my method of installation is:

> rm -Rf /tmp/work/*
> mkdir /tmp/work
> ./configure --prefix=/usr
> make
> make install prefix=/tmp/work/usr
> cd /tmp/work
> makepkg <packagename>.tgz
> installpkg <packagename>.tgz

> This method fails on the fifth line "make install ..." with
> kdemultimedia-2.0.1.  Here's part of the output:

> Making install in runtime
> make[2]: Entering directory
> `/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts/runtime'
> make[2]: *** No rule to make target
> `/home/p2sam/download/kde/work/usr/bin/mcopidl', needed by
> `artsbuilder.h'.  Stop.
> make[2]: Leaving directory
> `/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts/runtime'
> make[1]: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory
> `/home/p2sam/download/kde/kdemultimedia-2.0.1/arts'
> make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1

> funny thing, is if I just do "make install" with no specified prefix, it
> installs fine.  any help is greatly appreciated.

--
Coito ergo cum.

 
 
 

1. SlackWare 2.0 kernel won't compile!!!

I have slackware 2.0 on CD, and I tried to recompile the
kernel.  I read the README file in the following
directory.

/usr/src/linux-1.0.9

I did a make config, answer the question and said NO to
UMSDOS.
I did a make dep and than make zImage.

I got an error!!

init/main.c 504 structure has no member named 'root'
init/main.c 505 structure has no member named 'pwd'

So I went into the code and had to check it out.  The code
is 'ifdef'ed with CONFIG_UMSDOS.  I though it was disabled!!!

At any rate, should I get errors compiling the kernel???
As anyone else had this problem with slackware??

Thanks for your help in advance :-)

--

---------------------------------------------------
The Toronto Stock Exchange

Paul Julie - Applications Specialist

Telephone:      1-416-947-4569

---------------------------------------------------

2. Problems with X under redhat 6.1

3. PGP won't compile under Slackware 3.0

4. Rate limiting weirdness

5. Dosemu won't compile under the latest slackware

6. Changing Desktop Environments (Window Managers) & Performance of Desktop Environments

7. help needed: AWE32 PNP won't work - kernel won't compile - gurus read this!

8. Maxtor "OneTouch" External HardDrive

9. 'insmod' won't load newly compiled modules

10. ftape won't compile: 'NR_FTAPE_BUFFERS' undeclared

11. ftape won't compile..._irqaction is 'missing'

12. What's 'side effects' of Ksh built-ins?

13. gcc won't compile C++ but will compile C, help!