I know that Kino 1.3.0 is included in the MMBD. Since the 1.3.2 version is a bugfix version and since I am doing a fresh install, I was willing to have the system most up to date.
Regarding the <some directory somewhere > I omitted that because that message refers to not just one line but to many lines and I did not believed useful to past all of them.
Anyway, I tried again to compile it, but instead of checkinstall -L to make a package I just made a "make install". No errors and Kino 1.3.2 compiled and working.
I suspected that Checkinstall could be involved in this problem because I tried to compile other packages and I encountered a lot of problems. So far, I have always used Vector/Slackware because they are very good environments to compile programs.
Do you think that my idea that the problem can be in Checkinstall is right?