Trying to get enlightenment compiled
Tue Sep 4 14:31:00 GMT 2001
> delete config.cache and rerun configure.
I just use 'make distclean' - It deletes that file and others.
> > > | I did that. Installed as service.
> > > | Recompiled X with CygIPC in my host.def file.
> > > | Got the ./configure line that says -lipc to say yes now.
> > <Side note:
> > > | isn't it libcygipc.a?>
> > > |
> > > | Basicly I've done everything that Alan said in that post. Just
> > > | wondering if anyone else has had luck with enlightenment recently
> > > | and if they have if they had to modify e in any way.
> > > What does the command-lines you have tried look like?? I assume you
> > > added -lipc -lcygipc or what it is called at the end of the
> > > command-line?
> > I'm not giving it a command line. I'm just talking about when
> > you run ./configure [for enlightenment 0.16.5] the line that says:
> > checking for shmat in -lcygipc... (cached) yes
> > (that is after s/lipc/lcygipc/ on the configure file)
> > When I leave the ./configure file untouched from the tarball I get
> > checking for shmat in -lipc... (cached) yes
> > > /Andy
> > > --
> > > The eye of the beholder rests on the beauty!
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