[Digikam-users] "Install digiKam in your Home Directory" wouldn't work :-(

Fabien fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 17:22:18 GMT 2006

Daniel Bauer wrote:
> Hi, (sorry for braking the thread. I received only part of the emails from the 
> list yet and found your answer in the online archive...)

Ok, so I CC to you :)

>>Daniel Bauer wrote:
  >>Hmm, I think it's relevant to unsermake.
>>There are some warnings in log about that.
>>Try to use gnu make instead (gmake).
> Do you mean simply replacing all "make" by "gmake" in "compile_digikam.sh"?
> I tried that, but it leads to the same errors. 

That's weird...

> I just doublechecked: I have installed both unsermake and GNU make. I'm not 
> sure, but I guess on my system "make" is similar to "gmake". So I gave it 
> another try replacing all 8 "make" in the script by "unsermake" (including 
> those in "make install") . 
> Now the process went further, but then stopped after compiling/linking 
> kipi-plugins with:
> /usr/lib/gcc/i586-suse-linux/4.0.2/../../../../i586-suse-linux/bin/ld: cannot 
> find -lkipiplugins
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> Error creating ./kipi-plugins/mpegencoder/kipiplugin_mpegencoder.la. Exit 
> status 1.
> the complete output is here:
> http://www.daniel-bauer.com/test/digikamunsermake.txt
> What else can I try?

Could you try to uninstall unsermake and to use only gnu make ?
You should also remove all the directories/files created by the scripts 
to be sure you compile from clean checkout.
You should not see theses warning about unsermake...


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