Tilman.Utz at studserv.uni-stuttgart.de
Fri Feb 16 00:53:58 CET 2001
Just a guess: did you set compiler flags?
I work on cygwin (probably different from you), but this worked on a similar
richard noel fell schrieb:
> am attempting to install ginac on redhat 7.0. First step, get cln-1.1,
> and unzip, untar, etc. This resulted in a directory cln-1.1 being
> created. From there, I ran ./configure, make, make check and make
> install. Everything seemed to go fine since there were no error
> Next step. Go to my GiNac-0.7.1 directory and run ./configure. Here is
> the relevant error message.
> <snip lots of stuff>
> checking for cln-config... /usr/local/bin/cln-config
> checking for CLN - version >= 1.1.0... no
> *** Could not run CLN test program, checking why...
> *** The test program compiled, but did not run. This usually means
> *** that the run-time linker is not finding CLN or finding the wrong
> *** version of CLN. If it is not finding CLN, you'll need to set your
> *** LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, or edit /etc/ld.so.conf to
> *** to the installed location Also, make sure you have run ldconfig if
> *** is required on your system.
> <snip more stuff>
> **** The following problems have been detected by configure.
> **** Please check the messages below before running "make".
> **** (see the section 'Common Problems' in the INSTALL file)
> ** No suitable installed version of CLN could be found.
> Chances are a most naive error on my part. From the error messages, it
> appears that the configure script is not looking in the correct
> directory(ies). And since I got cln from its web site, I assume it is
> the appropriate version. Perhaps I am wrong? Any help is greatly
> Dick Fell
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