Commit 5fc0567b authored by Robin Slomkowski's avatar Robin Slomkowski

I added a bunch more information including some package version numbers and...

I added a bunch more information including some package version numbers and some instructions on how
to do ugly things that work.
parent a52bf479
Last Updated Mon Jun 5 19:33:51 PDT 2000
To build Nautilus without interfering with an existing Gnome install, To build Nautilus without interfering with an existing Gnome install,
you will need to build several components from CVS into a separate you will need to build several components from CVS into a separate
prefix. prefix.
For example, you could install these components into /usr/local/gnome2 For example, you could install these components into /usr/local/gnome2
or /usr/local/nautilus. Do do this, make sure to specify these with or /usr/local/nautilus. Do do this, make sure to specify these with
the --prefix option to autogen.sh or configure. the --prefix= option to autogen.sh or configure.
Specifically, you will need to: Specifically, you will need to:
...@@ -35,23 +37,86 @@ Nautilus currently requires the following modules from GNOME CVS ...@@ -35,23 +37,86 @@ Nautilus currently requires the following modules from GNOME CVS
gtkhtml: HEAD gtkhtml: HEAD
eog: HEAD --enable-oaf=yes eog: HEAD --enable-oaf=yes
xpdf: HEAD xpdf: HEAD
medusa: HEAD
nautilus: HEAD
Below are some more requirements, for Red Hat and Debian
Development Libraries Needed, Here is what has been tested.
You will also need the library package that is associated with each development package, these
versions are for RedHat 6.2 an Debian potato
library RedHat Debian Implied Version
-------------- ---------------------- ------------------------------ ------------------
audiofile audiofile-devel-0.1.9-3 libaudiofile-dev (0.1.9-0.1) 0.1.9
libc glibc-devel-2.1.3-15 libc6-dev (2.1.3-10) 2.1.3
libc++ egcs-c++-1.1.2-30 libstdc++2.10-dev (2.95.2-12) 2.9.0, 2.10
libjpeg libjpeg-devel-6b-10 libjpeg62-dev (6b-1.2) 6b 1.0-1.2
libpng libpng-devel-1.0.5-3 libpng2-dev (1.0.5-1) 1.0.5
libtiff libtiff-devel-3.5.4-5 libtiff3g-dev (3.5.4-5) 3.5.4
libungif libungif-devel-4.1.0-4 libungif3g-dev (3.0-3) 3.0 or 4.1.0
w3c-libwww w3c-libwww-devel-5.2.8-4 libw3c-libwww-dev (5.2.8-1) 5.2.8
Xlib XFree86-devel-3.3.6-20 xlib6g-dev (3.3.6-7) 3.3.6
zlib zlib-devel-1.1.3-6 zlib1g-dev (1.1.3-5) 1.1.3
Other modules for Red Hat users:
- For other modules, the versions in Red Hat 6.1 will do. Other modules for Red Hat users: either 6.1 or 6.2
- For other modules, the versions in Red Hat 6.1 or 6.2 will do.
- ORBit requires popt-1.5, which can be fetched from: - ORBit requires popt-1.5, which can be fetched from:
ftp://ftp.valinux.com/pub/mirrors/redhat/rawhide/i386/RedHat/RPMS/popt-1.5-0.45.i386.rpm ftp://ftp.valinux.com/pub/mirrors/redhat/rawhide/i386/RedHat/RPMS/popt-1.5-0.45.i386.rpm
ftp://ftp.valinux.com/pub/mirrors/redhat/redhat/redhat-6.2/i386/RedHat/RPMS/popt-1.5-0.48.i386.rpm
Other modules for Debian users (Eazel hackers haven't tried this ourselves): Other modules for Debian users: using potato, or possibly woody
- You'll need libwww, which can be found at: - You'll need libwww, which can be found at:
ftp://ftp.internatif.org/pub/debian/UNOFFICIAL/libw3c-libwww5_5.2.8-1_i386.deb ftp://ftp.internatif.org/pub/debian/UNOFFICIAL/libw3c-libwww5_5.2.8-1_i386.deb
ftp://ftp.internatif.org/pub/debian/UNOFFICIAL/libw3c-libwww-dev_5.2.8-1_i386.deb ftp://ftp.internatif.org/pub/debian/UNOFFICIAL/libw3c-libwww-dev_5.2.8-1_i386.deb
If you need to get a copy of popt from source:
CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.rpm.org:/cvs/devel
The default passwd is a carriage return. You should do a cvs co popt
m4 macro issues:
m4 macros have issues. Trying to install multiple versions of them on you system can be very tricky.
While building these libraries you will place following m4 macros into "your prefix"/share/aclocal
directory. Note you will generally get errors with -I
glib.m4
gtk.m4
imlib.m4
libIDL.m4
ORBit.m4
libart.m4
gnet.m4
oaf.m4
gconf.m4
gdk-pixbuf.m4
One ugly but functional way to make this work is to symlink your system m4 files into your
First you need to make the directory where they will live.
mkdir -p "your prefix"/share/aclocal
Then you need to link all the m4 files from your system aclocal directory to the new one.
for file in `ls /usr/share/alocal/*m4`
do
ln -s $file "your prefix"/share/aclocal/
done
Then you want to remove the m4 file for any of the things you are building.
for link in glib.m4 gtk.m4 imlib.m4 libIDL.m4 ORBit.m4\
libart.m4 gnet.m4 oaf.m4 gconf.m4 gdk-pixbuf.m4
do
rm "your prefix"/$link
done
* Build and install nautilus into your selected prefix. * Build and install nautilus into your selected prefix.
Also, you need to do a "killall oafd; killall gconfd" before Also, you need to do a "killall oafd; killall gconfd" before
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