[compiz] Compiling compiz 0.5.0 on SLED 10 SP1
jkotze at novell.com
Tue Apr 10 08:24:10 PDT 2007
Thanx for the tip on the fuse package. It ships with SLED and once installed the fuse plugin loads. Do you perhaps know
what is required to get the annotate plugin to compile ?
>>> On Tue, Apr 10, 2007 at 7:58 AM, in message <696918477.20070410125828 at yandex.ru>, "Denis F. Latypoff"
<latypoff at yandex.ru> wrote:
Tuesday, April 10, 2007, 2:32:12 AM, you wrote:
> Thanx for the tip. I managed to get hold of the
> xorg-x11-compat70-devel package. I have managed to compile compiz 0.5.0,
> but I am unable to get ./configure to enable the fuse and annotate
> plugins. The fuse plugin is the reason I want to play
> with compiz 0.5.0. I have tried --enable-fuse, --disable-fuse=no
> and a number of other variants, but nothing seems to
> work. How do I enable the fuse plugin to be built. Below is the
> last part of the output from ./configure.
> the following optional plugins will be compiled:
> gconf: yes
> place: yes
> dbus: yes
> annotate: no
> svg: no
> inotify: yes
> fuse: no
> and the following optional features will be compiled:
> svg: no
> gtk: yes
> metacity: yes
> gnome: yes
> kde: no
I should install fuse and fuse-dev before compiling compiz
I don't know exactly how that package named in the SLED/SuSE
>>>> On Mon, Apr 9, 2007 at 2:15 PM, in message <1176120929.12110.33.camel at bishop.jprosevear.org>, JP Rosevear
> <jpr at novell.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-04-09 at 09:00 +0100, Johan Kotze wrote:
>> I thought of that, but there are no such packages available for SLED
>> or SuSE. It seems that all of that have been incorporated into the
>> xorg-devel package, but the .pc files are missing. What else can I
>> try ?
> SLED 10 has an older xorg (before .pc's were shipped iirc), you need to
> dig up an xorg-x11-compat70-devel package.
> JP Rosevear <jpr at novell.com>
> Novell, Inc.
Denis Latypoff mailto:latypoff at yandex.ru
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