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Re: YAPSO in FC5

From: Alexander Barth
Subject: Re: YAPSO in FC5
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 15:06:59 -0500
User-agent: Thunderbird (X11/20070102)

Hi Andres

Unfortunately, OSMesa is not longer in Fedora (it used to be in xorg-x11-devel 
in Fedora 4). I
compiled it myself from source 
( I use the
development release is 6.5.2. For me the easiest approach was to build static 
libraries with:

"make linux-x86-static"

You need to set some environment variables to show where the libraries are 
located before starting

export CPPFLAGS=-I/home/abarth/local64/Mesa-6.5.2/include/
export LDFLAGS="-L/home/abarth/local64/Mesa-6.5.2/lib  -lpthread"

Good luck!

Andres Sepulveda wrote:
>   Hi,
>    I am installing YAPSO on a FC5 Intel machine. Two questions
> The local installation goes well, except I don't have OSMesa; which RPM
> provides it?
> If I run octave as root to do the global installation it tries to install
> it in /root/octave/ how can I put it where is available for all?
>    Andres
>> I've run into a problem with the "pkg install" mechanism:
>> octave:1> pkg install yapso-0.2.1.tar.gz
>> warning: You have not defined an installation prefix, so the
>> following will be used: /Users/marius/octave/
>>> 1) How do I specify the installation prefix? yapso should be globally
>>> accessible, not in my personal home directory.
>> If you launch octave as the root users, it will be installed globally (in
>> /share/octave/packages] I think).
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