[Wine] Re: configure fails to see deps when installing on rhel 64bit
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Thu May 21 03:20:09 CDT 2009
I think it's just a bogus warning at the end because in config.log it has these lines about gnutls and capi20:
> configure:6223: checking capi20.h usability
> configure:6240: gcc -m32 -c -g -O2 conftest.c >&5
> configure:6247: $? = 0
> configure:6261: result: yes
> configure:6265: checking capi20.h presence
> configure:6280: gcc -m32 -E conftest.c
> configure:6287: $? = 0
> configure:6301: result: yes
> configure:6334: checking for capi20.h
> configure:6343: result: yes
> configure:13413: result: yes
> configure:13417: checking gnutls/gnutls.h presence
> configure:13432: gcc -m32 -E conftest.c
> configure:13439: $? = 0
> configure:13453: result: yes
> configure:13486: checking for gnutls/gnutls.h
> configure:13493: result: yes
In both cases it's finding them and presumably using them as well because if I look in the "dlls/capi2032" and "dlls/schannel" directories then I can clearly see the correpsonding *.dll.so files been made there.
As for the GNUTLS_CFLAGS and GNUTLS_LIBS-- :) yeah, just read what it says in "./configure --help" and I think I know what you mean, funny though that "configure" thinks that it can't find it in the usual place "/usr/lib" because that's where it is.
So I looked closer at "configure" script for that matter and found GNUTLS_CFLAGS and GNUTLS_LIBS specified like this:
ac_gnutls_libs="`$PKG_CONFIG --libs gnutls 2>/dev/null`"
ac_gnutls_cflags="`$PKG_CONFIG --cflags gnutls 2>/dev/null`"
Then later in the script it assigns this variable:
But if I look in the "config.log" again then towards the end there's this:
Anyway, I had to move on so I've uninstalled this version of wine (which was development version anyway) and installed a stable one with yum (wine-1.0.1-1). It's working more or less fine now-- having some trouble installing .net framework 2.0, but that's gonna be a new thread if I can't find anything on google.
Thanks for helping, guys!
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