[Scribus] Can run debian package, but not compile CVS
Wed Nov 26 02:50:18 CET 2003
On 25. November 2003 at 3:46PM -0600,
John Griessen <john_g at cibolo.com> wrote:
> Sorry about using list space, without absolutely needing it.
> Maybe my details will help another debian user later.
> I just found a way through automake1.6, autoconf 2.58 upgrade
> details: The link to aclocal also needed to be changed on my
> debian installation like this:
> rm -rf /etc/alternatives/aclocal
> root at toolbench:~# ln -s /usr/bin/aclocal-1.6 /etc/alternatives/aclocal
> rm -rf /etc/alternatives/automake
> root at toolbench:~# ln -s /usr/bin/automake-1.6 /etc/alternatives/automake
I don't think you're doing it the Debian way ;-). The Debian way
is "update-alternatives --config <name of alternative as given by
"ls /etc/alternatives">" which in your case might translate into
"update-alternatives --config automake".
As for my setup I have the "automake1.4" and "autoconf2.13"
packages uninstalled. Instead I have "automake1.7" and
"autoconf". Your problem might be because in addition to
"automake1.6" you also have "automake1.4" (or simply "automake")
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