peter at digitalbrains.com
Sun Aug 24 18:26:45 CEST 2014
(Note that I don't build my own gnupg; Debian releases security updates
for the distribution-provided binaries and there aren't any new features
that I need, hence I'm satistfied using what my distro provides. I'm
just giving general advice, never having done it myself)
On 24/08/14 16:48, Philip Jackson wrote:
> So I downloaded the
> libgpg-error-1.9.tar.bz2 file
> checking for gpg-error-config... /usr/local/bin/gpg-error-config
> checking for GPG Error - version >= 1.11... no
> configure: error: libgpg-error is needed.
> See ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgpg-error/ .
> Looks to me as though it thinks gpg-error cannot be found. Is this correct ?
It looks like it could find it, but it is objecting that you installed
version 1.9, needing at least version 1.11. So you need to install a
I would remove any files installed by the old version before you install
the new one.
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