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On Monday 30 December 2002 17:43, Ot wrote:
> On Tuesday 31 December 2002 07:31 am, Michael C. Libby wrote:
> > When you install a library like Fox you may need to run 'ldconfig' (as
> > root) to ensure that subsequent compiles have the correct knowledge of
> > your new library... did you do that?

> I'm running Mandrake 9.0. I tried running 'ldconfig' as root as
> suggested. I also ran make install again.
> Still getting the same message.

Do you know where you installed Fox to (default for user installed 
libraries is /usr/local/lib/)? Is that path listed in /etc/ld.so.conf? 
This is required for ldconfig to work.

You can also try appending the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable with 
the path where you installed Fox.

It might also be useful to run './configure --help' and see if there's a 
config option to hardcode the location of the Fox library.

  (from ./configure --help in fxscintilla-1.49)
  --with-foxinclude=DIR   use Fox 1.0 includes from DIR
  --with-foxlib=DIR       use Fox 1.0 libs from DIR

So you might try these options with your ./configure command as well.

 -michael


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