Re: Mosfet's Liquid Theme & Compilation Problems
Robert Tilley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have some questions for anyone who has successfully used Mosfet's
> Liquid theme, before he tried to remove it from the web.
That's a somewhat inaccurate characterization. He removed it from his
site, and announced that he wouldn't be developing it anymore. He
didn't attempt to "remove it from the web".
> I'm using version 0.6 of it and have the following errors on the
> last step of installion (make install):
> liquidclient.h:5: client.h: No such file or directory
OMM, that file is at $KDEDIR/include/kwin/client.h
> liquidclient.cpp:15: kwin/workspace.h: No such file or directory
OMM, that file is at $KDEDIR/include/kwin/workspace.h
> liquidclient.cpp:16: kwin/options.h: No such file or directory
OMM, that file is at $KDEDIR/include/kwin/options.h
> Any information is most appreciated.
At first blush, I would guess that you're missing one or more of the
*-dev packages -- kdebase-dev at the very least.
If you _do_ have that installed, make sure that $KDEDIR is set in your
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