Need help with iRiver T10 with Breezy!
lomartin3 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 14 09:54:29 UTC 2006
Alan McKinnon a écrit :
> On Tuesday 13 June 2006 20:51, Loïc Martin wrote:
>> Well, I've
>> compiled stuff on others distros, but am still unable to see what I
>> need to install to compile.
> sudo apt-get install build-essential
I know that one. Last time, I also had to figure and install an
incredible amount of programs and libraries just to compile a program.
Other distros have (or they had last time I tried) 1 to 3 metapackages
(or install options) where you can install like all desired stuff to
compile desktop apps (X, gtk, qt and such), or system apps.
I just did
sudo apt-get install build-essential
a few days ago on a fresh install and I couldn't even do a configure. I
don't know if it's something I have to install, but the tarball compiles
fine elsewhere and I can't even do a simple compile after
build-essential. And since it's a desktop app, I perfectly know that
afterwards I'll have to figure which packages I have to install by hand
to compile it.
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