El día Friday, April 25, 2008 a las 05:08:28PM +0300, Mike Barnard escribió:
> i have been trying to get gnome-mount installed for a few hours now, and i
> end up with this one error:
> checking for GNOME_MOUNT... configure: error: Package requirements
> (gconf-2.0 gnome-keyring-1 >= 0.4 dbus-glib-1 >= 0.31 hal-storage >=
> 0.5.8.1gtk+-2.0 >= 2.8.0) were not met:
> Requested 'hal-storage >= 0.5.8.1' but version of hal-storage is 0.5.8
> All these packages are up-to-date, my ports collection is the latest, as of
> 18 April.
> Has any one come across this problem?
I've had the same problem around 5th of April when I installed a 7.0-R
in the laptop of my wife, after doing 'portsnap fetch & update'; it
turned out that glib20 was installed as glib-2.14.2; I went to
/usr/ports/devel/glib20 removed the pkg and installed it as fresh as
2.16.x; this helped; don't know (and understand) how the older glib20
came to the system, maybe as part of the basis system; on next fresh
install I will have a closer look what gets installed with the OS;
hope it helps you
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