On Oct 12, 2006, at 1:48 PM, Aaron P. Martinez wrote:
I am trying to compile a program called gyachi on my freebsd 6.1
machine and am having a ton of problems. I consulted the gyachi
forums but most people there are running on one flavor of linux or
another, nobody has it on freebsd that i can tell, so now i am
at first my configure would stop at alsa, even though i have the
linux-compatible alsa programs, so then i used the --with-esd
switch and now i'm getting stopped with the following error:
checking for lt_dlopen in -lltdl... no configure: error: cannot
find ltdl library I have libtool installed and and under /usr/local/
lib i have: libltdl.a libltdl.la libltdl.so libltdl.so.4 I tried
using the --with-libintl-prefix switch like so: ./configure --
enable-esd --with-gnu-ld --with-libintl-prefix=/usr/local it's
still not finding it, same error again.
Assuming you use a Bourne-compatible shell, try:
LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include ./configure --
enable-esd [ ... ]
If you use csh, use setenv to export the above variables.
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