[Kmymoney] still unable to compile gwenhywfar 4.2.1.
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Thu Sep 8 15:28:53 UTC 2011
Jack, thanks for your proposition.
Since I was thinking along the same line I tried it right away.
Unfortunately, nothing in KMM's behavior changed - I am unable to configure
Now it is back to you Thomas as Jack said.
BTW: My son runs Ubuntu 11.04. Same versions of KMM, aqbanking, with
gwenhywfar 4.0.3 and identical bank / bank accounts.
I tried and got the same results, i. e. 'get account(s)' or 'update
account(s)' turns out nothing.
Thanks and cheers!
On Thursday 08 September 2011 15:46:38 Jack wrote:
> On 2011.09.08 07:00, Michael Berger wrote:
> > Hello Thomas,
> > thanks for your recent comments and advice on the subject.
> > By now I begin feeling a bit sheepish about my incompetence for I
> > still cannot
> > report any success.
> > I downloaded 'gwenhywfar-4.2.1.tar.gz' from Martin Preuß's website
> > into
> > '/home/mb39/Downloads'.
> > I unpacked into the same directory.
> > I removed gwenhywfar 4.0.4 and all its relatives from my system and
> > also
> > kmymoney 4.5.2 as demanded by YAST to resolve conflicts.
> > cd /home/mb39/Downloads/gwenhywfar-4.2.1
> > ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --with-guis=qt4
> > make
> > (didn't notice any error message)
> > make check
> > (there was this somewhat vague message: "The 3 error messages above
> > are just
> > fine - all works as expected" - see first screen shot)
> > make install
> > (could not see any error message but was informed that "libraries
> > have been
> > installed in /usr/local/xxx)
> > Then I reinstalled KMyMoney. (while typing this I think I should have
> > installed it first and only then do the compilation!?)
> > The plugins 'KBanking' and 'KMyMoney OFX' are in place, nothing is
> > grayed out,
> > everything looks just as before, everything is functioning as before.
> > But when trying >Settings>Configure AqBanking nothing at all happens.
> > I found gwenhywfar as shown in the second screen shot.
> > EDV again!
> I'm taking a chance here, as I do not use aqbanking, but I will make
> one suggestion. I think the order of installs matters. Now that you
> seem to have gwenhywfar successfully installed, reinstall aqbanking,
> and only then, reinstall KMyMoney, as each of them relies on finding
> their dependencies at compile/install time. If that doesn't work -
> it's back to Thomas.
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