Thanks for the advice. :-) I've gotten frustrated with redhat and I'm
working on installing Debian at the moment, hopefully the GIMP will work on
that with slightly less frustration.
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Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] GLIB 2.4.1 install help. . .
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On Thu, Jun 03, 2004 at 05:31:09PM -0500, Alex Harris wrote:
> I'm trying to install GLIB 2.4.1 on a redhat 9 system so that I can
> GIMP 2.0.1, but I'm not sure how to make the configure see the 2.4.1
> version as opposed to the 1.2.0 version that redhat installed. Is there
> way that I can install 2.4.1 over the older version? If not, is there a
> that I can tell the GIMP where the new version is installed and have it
> that? Thanks. :-)
you need to set the paths. i got really bored with setting them and
asked a friend to write this script to set them for me:
to use this script, type "source gimpenv". this should direct
configures attention to everything in /usr/local if that is where you
have the new glib installed at.
i had to use this script to trick debian into making a gkt2 deb
yesterday -- they gave me a glib with a wrong pkg-config name.
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