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Author Topic: Problems configuring SVN version of CUPS  (Read 1669 times)
InTheWoods
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« on: September 20, 2007, 06:12:42 pm »


I tried to install kdewebdev 3.5.7-i586-1vl58 with GSLAPT and got the following error
Code:
kdelibs: Depends: cups >= 1.2.10-i586-3vl58
Since the latest version of CUPS in the repository is 1.2.9 and I wanted to to try svn I downloaded cups 1.4 http://www.cups.org/software.php?VERSION=1.4svn-r6956&FILE=cups/snapshots/cups-1.4svn-r6956-source.tar.bz2

I followed  the install text and ran
Code:
autoconf  -f
nothing appears on the screen for a while so I do not know if autoconf is doing it's job. But when I run ./configure I get:
Code:
config.status: error: cannot find input file: config.h.in
There is in fact no config.h.in present.

Is this where slack build scripts come into play?

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InTheWoods
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« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2007, 05:16:05 pm »


Well I finally got a high enough version of CUPS installed that I can install Quanta ( kdewebdev ). It (CUPS) was not a CVS version though. I eventually got CUPS 1.3.2 to install and run by omitting the --prefix=/usr. This renders it inaccessible to VASM, but it is still configurable by going to http://localhost:631/ in a browser. If --prefix=/usr is applied not only will it not run but the web interface does not display properly. clearly it has a very different file structure than the GSLAPT packages.

But I think I am going to like Quanta.

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