Which version of VL are you using?
When built on 7.1, this build acts as you describe. 7.1 doesn't have libtclsqlite3.so yet.
I modified hata_ph's SlackBuild to build the tv-viewer version you're wanting for 7.0
. It seems to build fine, and brings up the startup screens. I don't have the tuner, so I removed the package. Here's that SlackBuild, get it while it lasts: http://pastie.org/9297598
When doing a custom build for my own system, I often start with a SlackBuild that's successfully built the same or similar package for the repo. Best place to get some of them is to install the package and look around in /usr/doc/(package-name). Not all packages copy their SlackBuilds there. If it's one of those, or you just don't want to install the package, visit https://bitbucket.org/VLCore/vl70/src
. Click through the folders "var", "vabs", and "(package-name)", then finally "src". Click on the SlackBuild, then find and right-click the "Raw" button to download the SlackBuild. Using it (after an edit, of course) is described below.
If it's available, use the SlackBuild from the version of VL you're using. The above url is for 7.0; for 7.1 change vl70 to vl71.
Hata_ph built stable because it's for the repo. Given what the author has to say about his future non-plans, this might be one of the few that might have beta put in the repo. On the other hand, it could be time to find a different application to handle this.
Just make a directory called "tv-viewer" somewhere. Inside it, make the directory "src".
Download the paste to the file (PATH)/tv-viewer/src/tv-viewer.SlackBuild.
cd to tv-viewer/src and become root.
chmod +x tv-viewer.SlackBuild
Make sure your internet is up
When package is complete,
installpkg tv-view(tab complete) I've forgotten the complete package name already. Ends in txz, of course.
Has to be installed with installpkg because there's no PACKAGES.TXT here for slapt-get or GSlapt to read. Remove with removepkg.
Worked for me on 7.0 with latest VL sqlite package installed. Are you working with 7.1 now, or is the build you did looking for libs in /usr/local/lib rather than /usr/lib?