Hi there, I’m working on pilot machines for local cacheing (to replace Windows 2003 server & proprietary cache software on a bunch of machines).
There doesn’t appear to be any x86 binaries of gadmin-squid floating around, can anyone tell me what the cause of this error early in the make routine is caused by?
checking for PACKAGE... configure: error: Package requirements (gtk+ 2.0 >= 1.3.13) were not met:No package 'gtk+-2.' found
Do I need the GTK source, a GTK compiler package, to update my GTK version, a symbolic link somewhere or mystery ingredient X? Sorry if this is a particularly blonde question, I’m sure it’ll be the first of many; last time I did server stuff it was text only
Welcome to dependency hell (hmm… it’s not so bad at all)
Install the packages cairo, cairo-devel and xorg-x11-libs
Then try again to configure/compile, cross your fingers … and install the next missing packages until it works. Use yast2’s search function to find the packages providing missing dependencies and enable RPM “Provides” in the search.
Hint: when you compile applications yourself you almost certainly need the *-devel package of the dependencies as well.
Thanks for your help, 6 packages later (four of which I could only find source for) and it has got as far as having a go at compiling … it now kicks back with an error from gcc itself and KDE is borked, lol >_<
I’m going to take a pass on gadmin-squid and use webmin instead :-/ I need something thats predictable running on these caches!