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To: "Freeciv-Dev (E-Mail)" <freeciv-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: [Freeciv-Dev] Problems in compiling gtk-Client
From: "Patrick Schmid" <patrick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 15:30:53 +0200
Reply-to: <patrick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

> > I'm using SuSE Linux 6.1 and I'd like to compile freeciv and use the
> > gtk-Client.
> > I got myself the newest version of glib (glib-1.2.3), gtk+
> (gtk+-1.2.3) and
> > imlib (imlib-1.9.4).
> > I followed the instructions in how to install them and then
> I've run the
> > configure script of freeciv. This script is always telling
> me, that I don't
> > have a gtk version greater than 1.2.1, but I've installed 1.2.3!
> Its best when reporting problems to report the _exact_ error
> message which was produced.  (And, for that matter, exactly
> what you did to produce it.)
> Eg, did configure tell you something like:
> *** An old version of GTK+ (<something>) was found.
> *** You need a version of GTK+ newer than 1.2.1. The latest version of
> *** GTK+ is always available from
> ***
> *** If you have already installed a sufficiently new version,
> this error
> *** probably means that the wrong copy of the gtk-config
> shell script is
> *** being found. The easiest way to fix this is to remove the
> old version
> *** of GTK+, but you can also set the GTK_CONFIG environment
> to point to the
> *** correct copy of gtk-config. (In this case, you will have to
> *** modify your LD_LIBRARY_PATH enviroment variable, or edit
> /etc/
> *** so that the correct libraries are found at run-time))
> That would seem to give some hints to solve your problem.

I installed the three libs with ./configure, then make and then make install
as it was described in the install file of these three libs.
Then I ran ./configure of freeciv again and it produced the output I have
attached in the configure.log file (it's not the real configure.log file,
but the screen output. the real configure.log didn't show any error
Next I set the environment variables as the configure-script told me to do
(see env.log).
Then I checked in /usr/lib/bin/gtk-config for the version number (see


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