gamach11 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 15 02:38:28 GMT 2006
Someone once said "success is the reward of persistence". He should have
" and the patience of mailing list contributors"... The "installpkg" advice
did the trick as far as getting through the digikam configure step. All
listed dependentcies were satisfied..... but the make failed with many many
errors... I restored my "before digikam" backup and re-installed the whole 9
yards again.... somewhere the LINUX God smiled ... KDE and associates
recognized my $10 Pixart and downloaded all the pictures I had snapped. At
least I've got a working environment that I can experiment with. The
Windows folks say it won't work as a web camera....
Thanks for the help guys...
On 12/14/06, cl at isbd.net <cl at isbd.net> wrote:
> 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 < email@example.com>
> > wrote:
> > > On Thursday 14 December 2006 15:56, Ted Kester wrote:
> > > > I am struggling to install digikam -0.9.0-rc2 on a
> > 11.0
> > > 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
> > the
> > > development headers.
> > > _______________________________________________
> > > Thanks for quick response....
> > > Got any idea where the "development headers" can be found ????
> > Slackware
> > > ???
> > >
> > I have digikam running OK on Slackware 11, I installed the
> > Slackware package:-
> > sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1kjz.tgz
> > I guess I got it from linux.packages.org.
> > I down loaded and installed sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1kjz.tgz into the
> > where I had digikam..../usr/local/src/digikam-0.9.0-rc2 Did
> > in the digikam directory...
> > got >>> -- sqlite3 found.................. NO...
> You don't want to install libraries like that!
> You should have done something like:-
> installpkg sqlite3-3.3.8-i486-1kjz.tgz
> 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
> > usr/ and an install/ ... Is there something I need to do with either
> > 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
> Slackware package.
> Chris Green (chris at halon.org.uk)
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> Digikam-users at kde.org
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