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RE: GNUstep Back failed

From: Burton, Craig
Subject: RE: GNUstep Back failed
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 09:05:32 -0700

Adam and Gregory,

THANK YOU SO MUCH for your time!


        Installation Finished


        Now run the GNUstep initialization script (put this in your

Adam, your last recommendation ( to launch the installer via sudo )
worked perfectly with no 'tweaks' to my environment whatsoever.

I can't wait to get started using the GNUstep framework!



-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Fedor [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2005 7:57 PM
To: Burton, Craig
Cc: Bug GNUstep
Subject: Re: GNUstep Back failed

On Aug 29, 2005, at 7:21 PM, Gregory John Casamento wrote:
>> Adam's suggestion to look into the compile latency helped - the build
>> got farther this time.  However, the library that was not opened 
>> *does*
>> exist in the GNUstep tree.  Do I need to set my shared lib path to
>> include the installation directory?
> Are you sure you sourced GNUstep.sh before doing this?

Actually it's done as part of Startup, so that is done automatically.

It probably relates to a typical Solaris problem (also on many other 
machines). Did you chose option 1 (sudo) to install this? Likely there 
is a security setting that is interfering with installation. It might 
be a good idea to either run as root, or run the whole thing with sudo 

su root; ./InstallGNUstep


sudo ./InstallGNustep

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