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Re: installing YADE 11.0 on SUSE 10.2
Would having a compiled YADE executable with all libraries statically
linked avoid the install problems on the various distros?
Dr. Allen Wilkinson (phone) (216) 433-2075
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On Tue, 10 Jul 2007, Janek Kozicki wrote:
> Virus Hobbes said: (by the date of Mon, 09 Jul 2007 07:16:59 -0700)
> > /usr/local/Trolltech/Qt-4.3.0
> > and the boost files are in.....
> > /usr/local/installation/prefix/include/boost-1_34/boost/
> > and...
> > /usr/local/installation/prefix/lib/
> > where should be installed and named?
> Vaclav is right. You shouldn't install anything in /usr/local/. You
> don't need to *know* where the files are installed. Thay should be in
> default system path, somewhere in /usr/ (but not local). you don't
> need to know this path, because you should simply launch your suse
> package manager and install boost-dev and qt3-dev packages. They will
> be installed in correct path automatically.
> If you start to install stuff by hand, like downloading tarballs from
> websites, and trying to install them by hand you are likely to get
> into trouble that you already have.
> Better to use your system default package manager (it must be
> somewhere in your desktop menu!), and it will download correct .rpms
> for you and put them in correct places, so that scons will
> automatically find them.
> # Janek Kozicki
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