cl at isbd.net
cl at isbd.net
Thu Dec 14 21:35:45 GMT 2006
On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 04:22:24PM -0500, Ted Kester wrote:
> On 12/14/06, cl at isbd.net <cl at isbd.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 11:56:06AM -0500, Ted Kester wrote:
> > On 12/14/06, Duncan Hill < firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > On Thursday 14 December 2006 15:56, Ted Kester wrote:
> > > I am struggling to install digikam -0.9.0-rc2 on a Slackware
> > distro..
> > > Got all the dependencies EXCEPT sqlite3... I've tried to
> satisfy the
> > > digikam by copying/installing the following:
> > > sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1ahl.tgz
> > > tclsqlite-3.3.8.so.gz
> > > sqlite-3.3.8.so.gz
> > Looks like you've installed the runtime libraries for sqlite, not
> > development headers.
> > _______________________________________________
> > Thanks for quick response....
> > Got any idea where the "development headers" can be found ????
> > ???
> I have digikam running OK on Slackware 11, I installed the following
> Slackware package:-
> I guess I got it from linux.packages.org.
> I down loaded and installed sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1kjz.tgz into the directory
> where I had digikam..../usr/local/src/digikam-0.9.0-rc2 Did ./configure
> in the digikam directory...
> got >>> -- sqlite3 found.................. NO...
You don't want to install libraries like that!
You should have done something like:-
It doesn't matter where you do it, the result should be (among other
things) the following in /usr/lib:-
> When I do tar zxf sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1kjz.tgz, I get 2 directories...a
> usr/ and an install/ ... Is there something I need to do with either or
> both of these directories ???
It depends whether that .tgz file is a source distribution that you
have to build or if it's a Slackware package which you install in the
way I said above with 'installpkg'. By the name it looks like a
Chris Green (chris at halon.org.uk)
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