[Digikam-users] "Install digiKam in your Home Directory"

Fabien fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 10:37:08 GMT 2006


Daniel Bauer wrote:
> On Wednesday 15 November 2006 12:10, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> it's running now :-)

Ok, fine !

> (I just started it up, didn't test anything, but it started. I'll see how it 
> works in the next days...)
> So as much as I understand, those are the problems (on my System):
> 	- "unsermake" must be uninstalled despite eventual conflicts

> 	- "exiv2" other versions must be uninstalled
For this point, it should be ok now, with the latest compile script that 
adds the --with-extra-libs=$DIGIKAMDEST/lib

For unsermake, there should be a solution.
What looks not normal for me is that usermake could be used for the 
default make command... But, in any case, using gmake and only gmake 
should solve the problem. It's difficult to reproduce it because even if 
I install it, I still have gmake as the default make.
I may try to install opensuse :)

> side notes:
> "unsermake" gets automatically installed again on Suse, as soon as one 
> installs just anything with Yast. So one has to think that after each install 
> (no matter what) one has to de-install unsermake again before compiling 
> digikam.

I guess it's because it's a dependency for one other package, so each 
time you install something, it will try to solve dependencies problems...


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