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#1 2003-04-26 05:28:23

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Is there a libgnome-dev package?

Hello,

I'm trying to compile kino, the digital video utility.

It's complaining of no: gnome-config

Which I believe is typically contained in a libgnome-dev package.

Any help is much appreciated...

John E. A.

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#2 2003-04-26 05:46:32

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

try this:

./configure --with-gnome-include=/opt/gnome/include --with-opt-gnome-lib=/opt/gnome/lib

if you are making a pacman package to install via pacman when you are done use this line at the top of your PKGBUILD:

[ "$GNOMEDIR" = "" ] && source /etc/profile.d/gnome.sh


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#3 2003-04-26 11:13:27

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

you can also try to do source /etc/profile this will load all paths for gnome etc...
you are probably working as super user


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#4 2003-04-30 06:58:11

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

Even:
./configure --with-gnome-include=/opt/gnome/include --with-opt-gnome-lib=/opt/gnome/lib

Still gives

...
checking for gnome-config... no
checking for gnomeConf.sh file in /usr/local/lib... not found
configure: error: Could not find the gnomeConf.sh file that is generated by gnome-libs install

I heard in a kino irc channel that I needed the gnome development library, plus a bunch of other development libraries.

gdk-imlib1-dev libavc1394-0 libavc1394-dev libdv2-dev libgnome-dev libgnorba-dev libgtk1.2-dev libgtkxmhtml-dev libogg-dev

  libpng12-dev libpopt-dev libquicktime-dev libquicktime1 libraw1394-5 libraw1394-dev libvorbis-dev libxml2-dev libzvt-dev

So it looks like it may just be more trouble than its worth.

Just getting dvgrab to work may be the easiest thing. There's already a package for that 8-)

John E. A.

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#5 2003-04-30 16:57:11

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

did you install any gnome packages ?


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#6 2003-04-30 20:35:56

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

as far as i know if you have libgnome installed you should be able to do what ever you need to with it because arch does not break the packages into dev and non-dev.


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#7 2003-05-05 02:16:59

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

One of the files that was looked for by the configure was a script: gnome-config.

I did a search on debian:

http://www.debian.org/distrib/packages#search_contents

and found:

usr/bin/gnome-config                        devel/libgnome-dev

I searched for the owner with pacman:

[root@marky /]# pacman -Qo /usr/bin/gnome-config
error: /usr/bin/gnome-config is not a file.

I have the following gnome stuff installed:

[root@marky /]# pacman -Q | grep gnome -
gnome-applets 2.2.0-1
gnome-common 1.2.4-3
gnome-desktop 2.2.1-1
gnome-games 2.2.1-1
gnome-icon-theme 1.0.1-1
gnome-media 2.0.3-1
gnome-mime-data 2.2.0-1
gnome-panel 2.2.1-1
gnome-session 2.2.1-1
gnome-system-monitor 2.0.4-1
gnome-terminal 2.2.1-3
gnome-utils 2.2.0-1
gnome-vfs 2.2.3-1
gnome-vfs-extras 0.99.10-1
gnome2-user-docs 2.0.5-1
libgail-gnome 1.0.2-1
libgnome 2.2.0-1
libgnomecanvas 2.2.0.1-2
libgnomeprint 2.2.1.1-1
libgnomeprintui 2.2.1.1-1
libgnomeui 2.2.0.1-1

Can anyone tell what I'm missing?

Thanks...

John E. A.

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#8 2003-05-05 02:58:07

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

as far as using "pacman -Qo /usr/bin/gnome-config" I believe you can only use that command if the file actually exists, it won't tell you what package you need to get.

Hapy.

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#9 2003-05-05 12:30:45

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

is your PATH set the right way if not so try " source /etc/profile" as i said before


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#10 2003-06-11 20:03:22

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

Thanks to all for help and suggestions!

I did run source /etc/profile with no change in result.

As far as I can tell I just don't have the gnome development libraries.

Could someone please check to see if they have an executable named:

usr/bin/gnome-config

This file is typically a part of a libgnome-dev development package for gnome.

Sorry to be such a block-head 8-( I just wanted to bring this up again since the push is on to release Nova, just in case perhaps something is not currently included.

This could certainly be a problem resulting from my install. I had some trouble making the switch from the CD based install to getting everything via pacman -S. I'm not sure if I selected all of the correct packages, and I never found a way to install a new package other than explicitly naming it.

Thanks again for the replies!

John E. A.

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#11 2003-06-11 20:27:30

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

well if i am not mistaken gnome-config would be a gnome 1.4 artifact. but i don't know for sure. all the necessary dev stuff is in gnome as is arch generally does not break packages into parts like many other distros do.

i will check when i get home for that file.

as for upgrading packages that are already installed pacman -Syu will do that. until grouping is a feature of pacman the easiest way to install a group of packages (for example gnome) is to:

1. run abs

2. cd /usr/abs/gnome

3. pacman -S `/bin/ls`


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#12 2003-06-11 20:33:25

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Re: Is there a libgnome-dev package?

Ha ha!  Sarah was right for once (did I say that out loud?).  It seems that gnome has moved to the pkgconfig system.  Check it out, there should be a directory /opt/gnome/lib/pkgconfig.  It stores all your happy lib info stuff.


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