At 5:28 pm, Sunday, February 24 2002, Mark A. Bell mumbled: > I have libart-config, and gdk-pixbuf-config installed in: > /usr/local/bin > Do you have /usr/local/bin in your PATH? 'echo $PATH' will show you, and if you don't, you can use: "export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH" > Following the configure --help, I've tried: > ./configure --with-gdk-pixbuf-prefix=/usr/local > ./configure --with-libart-prefix=/usr/local > but I get the same result. > > What should I try next? I'm a bit of a beginner and I'm not sure how to > set an environment variable in the bash shell. > The 'refused connection to :0.0' is also rather disturbing. Are you running ./configure as the same user that started X? Keep in mind you only need to be root to run 'make install', but can compile as a normal user. -- Steve <doogie_> Subject: ->Have Bigger Breasts -- Men will Notice! (140949) <doogie_> yeah, that's for me! * Viiru wants to see a picture of doogie_ with bigger breasts.
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