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On Thursday 15 December 2005 14:36, Giovanni Venturi wrote:
> Alle 20:43, gioved=C3=AC 15 dicembre 2005, Rex Dieter ha scritto:
> > Rex Dieter wrote:
> > > Giovanni Venturi wrote:
> > >>Really? See here than and reply me again:
> > >>http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3D118135
> > >
> > > And, did not you see comment #4, which echos my "use
> > > --with-db-includedir" suggestion?

> >
> > Sorry, I had thought about suggesting --with-db-includedir, but
> > didn't... and I can't expect you to read my mind. (-:

>
> I tryed...
>
> checking for Berkeley DB >=3D 3... configure: error: no - please install
> Berkeley DB >=3D 3 and <=3D 4.1
>
> I wonder how you compiled kdevelop 3.3 with bdb 4.2 and 4.3 . More simply
> you have installed both 4.1 and 4.2, so kdesdk used 4.2 and kdevelop used
> 4.1. In Slackware the question is different. If you install 4.1 than 4.2
> will be removed and if you install 4.1 than 4.2 will be removed.
> Giovanni


Can I assume you're using slackware? if so, you need to specify=20
=2D-with-db-includedir=3D/usr/include/db4 as a parameter to configure.
You may also need to pass --with-db-lib=3D/usr/lib/libdb-4.2.so (assuming t=
his=20
is slackware 10.2)

I'm not running slackware anymore, so that's just going off what i remember.

=2D-=20
Matt

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