[kde-solaris] Jpeg support

Lars Tunkrans lars.tunkrans at bredband.net
Mon May 31 17:32:51 CEST 2004


    There are too many  copies  of libjpeg  laying about in the Solaris directory tree.
    possible locations are:


    and the ones you made up your self , likely:


    and all corresponding header files.

    You have got to make sure  by ordering  the searchpaths  with
    LD_LIBRARY_PATH  LDFLAGS  and CPPFLAGS  that you find the copy
    of libjpeg that you intend to use.

    I would recommend using the the JPEG files in /usr/sfw
    as they are what the rest of the system uses in Solaris9


Damien Uern wrote:
> Hey,
> Is anyone having trouble getting KDE to compile with jpeg support? I have the 
> correct libjpeg compiled and installed ok. I can compile the test program 
> from the configure script with the same gcc arguments as the configure 
> script. Yet Configure doesn't like it and says there is something wrong with 
> my jpeg installation. 
> checking for libjpeg6b... -ljpeg6b
> configure: WARNING:
> There is an installation error in jpeg support. You seem to have only one
> of either the headers _or_ the libraries installed. You may need to either
> provide correct --with-extra-... options, or the development package of
> libjpeg6b. You can get a source package of libjpeg from http://www.ijg.org/
> Disabling JPEG support.
> I really don't get it. The libraries and headers for libjpeg are installed in 
> ${prefix}/lib and ${prefix}/include respectively. It should work.
> Damien

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