Change install directory (1.2.1)

Joseph Bruni
Tue Apr 22 03:36:02 2003

By the way, if you are doing this in order to build a tarball that you 
can transplant to another system, you might not get what you expect. 
Some utilities (like OpenSSH)  use what you set in the PREFIX in order 
to rewrite man pages on the fly. They do this so that the location of 
files as specified in the man pages matches what the installer set 
during the build process. I'm not sure if GnuPG does this, however.

On Monday, April 21, 2003, at 05:40 PM, Michel Mansour wrote:

> Let me clarify what I was asking in my initial message (sorry about 
> the confusion). What I'm looking for is to keep the default hierarchy 
> (/usr/local/bin, /usr/local/lib, etc.), but I want the entire 
> hierarchy to be installed in a directory that I specify, for example 
> $HOME/gnupg. So, it would look like this after the install: 
> $HOME/gnupg/usr/local/bin, $HOME/gnupg/usr/local/lib, and so on.