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Re: [Pan-users] How to compile a snapshot ??

From: Rinaldi J. Montessi
Subject: Re: [Pan-users] How to compile a snapshot ??
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 18:31:26 -0500
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Csv4Me2 wrote:
MMM, yes you do sound snarky, i"m sorry to say.
What help i am a supposed to get from this pedantic phrase?

You could try re-reading it.  The last two lines are what's important.

"Go back to the directory you compiled it in and do
make -n install>install.txt and read carefully."

The "it" referring to gnome-common.

make -n install tells you what install is going to do, or did, in this case. The > pipes the output to install.txt. What you need to look for is where it installed gnome-common and make sure it's in your path.

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