Re: installing a library
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>From: clif smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: installing a library
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>I would like to know how to install a library, "lmlib 0.5.2" for use
>Enlightenment desktop. It has its own install function but I need to
>where to install it from. Like where is the best place to gunzip/tar
>in, like "c:\temp" in DOS. If and after an install what files there can
>Also, when I try to install it I get a message saying I'm missing
>in /bin/sh. It also seems to want "make" and I'm sure that's installed
Clif, U can install imlib in any /dir (ie: root, etc...), as it will
compile to the correct /dirs on it's own. Also, you can get all the
best info on http://mandrake.net/e/, or channel #E on the efnet...Rik
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