Looking for missing Lib modules
aolsen at standard.com
Fri Dec 21 00:46:43 CET 2007
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[Sorry for the top posting. Crappy Outlook makes anything else difficult/impossible.]
If you are using OS X, don't use Fink. Just build the packages yourself from source. (The compilers are on the devel disc that comes with OS X.) It works fine and does not suffer from the bjorked dependancies that Fink create. I have built many many packages from gnu source with little or no problems without using Fink. It is a good idea, I am just not happy with how it turned out.
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From: gnupg-users-bounces at gnupg.org [mailto:gnupg-users-bounces at gnupg.org] On Behalf Of Werner Koch
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 6:56 AM
To: Robert D.
Cc: GnuPG Users Group
Subject: Re: Looking for missing Lib modules
On Thu, 20 Dec 2007 13:38, 210525p42015 at denstarfarm.us said:
> I was trying to build 2.0.8 on my Intel mac and came across these
> errors and found libassuan and libksba but not "Pth" .... and also
> wonder where do I put them so the make-file can find them?
I can't tell you how to get PTh for your system but in general the soruces available at ftp.gnu.org build just fine. GNU/Linux systems you just need to install the pth(-dev) package.
You need to properly install these libraries inluding the development files (*.h and *.a). Then configure gnupg. IT is also possible to install these libraries locally; you then need to use the diverse --with-foo-prefix configure options.
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