ara.t.howard / noaa.gov wrote:
> On Sat, 13 May 2006, Daniel Berger wrote:
>>
>> make distclean
>> ./configure --prefix=/wherever/you/want
>> make
>> make install
>>
>> Add /wherever/you/want to your $PATH.
> 
> don't forget to do both both of these before compiling
> 
>   LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/wherever/you/want/lib
>   LD_RUN_PATH=/wherever/you/want/lib        # this one most important!
> 
> if you do this all the stuff you compile it will inter-operate nicely - eg
> ruby extensions.  also, other users will be able to use your ruby without
> having their LD_LIBRARY_PATH set - they'll only require PATH.
> 
I don't see these settings in config.h or the Makefile,
so they must be environment settings?

But if they're environment settings, the targets they'e
pointing to don't exist yet.

What am I missing?