Installing Gideon outside of stable KDE directory
smeier at kdevelop.org
Wed Jun 13 12:30:29 BST 2001
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On Wednesday, 13. June 2001 00:41, you wrote:
> Is it possible to install Gideo in some other directory - other than the
> stable $KDEDIR? If possible, I'd like to keep programs under heavy
> development away from those installed from RPM.
> I can set the --prefix to be someplace else when I configure it so that it
> will install elswhere - e.g. --prefix /opt/KDEDEV . (KDE 2.1.1 from mdk
> 8.0 is installed in /usr) The problem is, how will it know where to look
> for shared KDE resources?
Yes, it is possible. You can set the KDEDIRS variable to
"/opt/kde2:/opt/KDEDEV" for instance. Maybe you must set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH
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