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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23
    its still saying the
    > xml2cpp.cpp:104: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant
    > to char*


    but then it carries on. new error now.
    > introspect.cpp:57: error: strcmp was not declared in this scope
    > make[1]: *** [introspect.o] Error 1
    > make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/rory/DLDI/GUI/dbus-c++/tools'
    > make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
    Hi
    Have a look at my previous post, I've listed all the changes I made,
    it's cstring you need

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23
    its still saying the
    > xml2cpp.cpp:104: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant
    > to char*


    but then it carries on. new error now.
    > introspect.cpp:57: error: strcmp was not declared in this scope
    > make[1]: *** [introspect.o] Error 1
    > make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/rory/DLDI/GUI/dbus-c++/tools'
    > make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
    Hi
    And to finish it all of, built your main program as follows;

    Code:
    cd dldi-linux-gui-1.0/
    
    cp /usr/share/intltool/intltool-* .
    
    ../configure --prefix=/usr
    
    make
    
    Error 1
    vi src/dldifile.cpp
    
    #include <cstring>
    
    Error 2
    vi src/ndsfile.cpp
    
    #include <cstring>
    
    sudo make install
    I recommend you use the --prefix=/usr as well, then you shouldn't have
    any path issues. If you wish to uninstall, then go back to you make
    directories and use;

    Code:
    sudo make uninstall
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    cp /usr/share/intltool/intltool-*
    cp: target `/usr/share/intltool/intltool-update.in' is not a directory
    rory@localhost:~/DLDI/GUI> ../configure --prefix=/usr
    bash: ../configure: No such file or directoryv
    what do i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23

    > cp /usr/share/intltool/intltool-*
    > cp: target `/usr/share/intltool/intltool-update.in' is not a directory
    > rory@localhost:~/DLDI/GUI> ../configure --prefix=/usr
    > bash: ../configure: No such file or directoryv


    what do i do?
    Hi
    For the copy command there is one space after the last character
    then a period "." which is to copy to the current location.

    Also it's only one (1) period in front of the configure command

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    i did the ./configure --prefix=/usr. nothing seemed to happen. when i do make it says:

    make
    make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
    how do i fix it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23
    i did the ./configure --prefix=/usr. nothing seemed to happen. when i do
    make it says:

    > make
    > make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.


    how do i fix it??
    Hi
    So there are two stages, build the dbus-c++ and install, then build the
    dldi-linux-gui

    Can you confirm, it's the dldi one? If so are you running the command
    in the dldi-linux-gui directory?

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    yes its the dldi-linux-gui directory. i have done the dbus thingy

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23
    yes its the dldi-linux-gui directory. i have done the dbus thingy
    Hi
    If you run the command;
    Code:
    ls -la
    There should be a file called configure in the list? If not I would
    delete the directory and start again for it.... modify the two files
    again and retry the ./configure --prefix=/usr command again.

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    are you talking about
    -rwsr--r-- 1 rory users 0 2008-08-22 15:28 configure
    -rwsr--r-- 1 rory users 947 2008-08-21 14:36 configure.ac
    ?

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    Default Re: intltool error

    Quote Originally Posted by DrEaMeR23
    are you talking about
    > -rwsr--r-- 1 rory users 0 2008-08-22 15:28 configure
    > -rwsr--r-- 1 rory users 947 2008-08-21 14:36 configure.ac?
    Hi
    Yes, but it's been changed to read only, the sticky bit set and it
    zero in size????

    Mine is;
    Code:
    
    > -rwxr-xr-x  1 malcolml users 768377 2008-04-03 12:03 configure
    I suggest you delete the directory and re-untar the file as you don't
    know what else has happened to the extracted files
    Code:
    tar zxvf dldi-linux-gui-1.0.tar.gz
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