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I've sloppily packaged some KDE apps for private use. So far, I've done 
it with just dh_make and dpkg-buildpackage. Now I've also found the 
adapted scripts contained in kdelibs-dev.

Unfortunately, doing it either way, packaged/installed files end up in 
the wrong place. I haven't figured out what's happening exactly, but 
the various prefixes are ignored and files in the package end up in 
/bin, /lib, /share, ... instead of in /usr/bin, /usr/lib, /usr/share, 

Does anyone have an idea what's up and what I can do against this? So 
far I've worked around it by tinkering with prefix and exec_prefix for 
make install, but that's not a robust solution.


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