buzman at blueyonder.co.uk
Sat Oct 20 04:47:05 PDT 2001
Well, I originally had freetype2 installed, but have since put 1.3 over the
top. However, I don't remember freetype1.3 installing any header files, so
it's possibly still using freetype2 headers.
Yep - cable modem (makes life so much easier!)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Mercer" <ram at star.sr.bham.ac.uk>
To: <blfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2001 3:13 AM
Subject: Re: eterm
| Ben wrote:
| > The output from configure (for imlib2) is:
| > ...
| > checking for XShapeCombineMask in -lXext... yes
| > checking for TT_Init_FreeType in -lttf... yes
| > checking for freetype.h... no
| > checking for freetype/freetype.h... no
| > checking for freetype.h... (cached) no
| > checking for freetype/freetype.h... (cached) no
| > ERROR: freetype.h not found in freetype.h or freetype/freetype.h include
| > paths. (ie /usr/include, /usr/local/include etc.). You need the freetype
| > header files to build Imlib 2. This may mean you have to install the
| > freetype-devel packages for your distribution or if all else fails
| > find the source for freetype and install that somewhere where Imlib 2
| > can find the header files.
| > You can obtain it from:
| > ftp://ftp.enlightenment.org/pub/enlightenment/
| > ftp://www.rasterman.com/pub/enlightenment/
| > You can also obtain it from:
| > http://www.freetype.org/
| > You can obtain some truetype fonts from:
| > http://voyager.cns.ohiou.edu/~sadkins/web_library/fonts/font_archive/
| > configure: error: Fatal Error: no FreeType header files detected.
| > #
| > It just appears like it can't locate the freetype.h file, but as I said,
| > is on the system in a few places.
| > I've tried passing the --x-includes parameter to the configure script,
| > still no joy.
| > cheers,
| > Ben
| Are you sure it's freetype-1.3.1 you've got installed and not
| Completly OT but I've noticed you've got a blueyonder.co.uk domain -
| cable modem?
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