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

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at kdemail.net
Thu Nov 16 09:38:42 GMT 2006

On Thursday 16 November 2006 11:37, Fabien wrote:
> Hi,
> 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 :)

no need. i have opensuse here (:=)))

In fact the package depencies is dummy. Sounds like all automake depencies in 
packages have been remplaced by unsermake (tested with all kdevelop 

If i have installed automake after to have installed kdevelop, suse said than 
unsermake must be uninstalled _and_ also all package witch use unsermake... 
like kdevelop & co.

Like unsermake must be an automake program (fully compatible in fact), this 
depency is a non-sence.

To solve the problem, force to uninstall unsermake without checking depencies, 
and install automake instead. This will working fine.


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