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    can anybody help me??

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    Jenv,

    Where are you at with this. I sort of lost track. Sorry.

    d/l the tar.gz found here:
    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=32528

    unzip it like such

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    tar -zxvf libnjb-2.1.2.tar.gz
    then move into the directory that's created

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    cd libnjb-2.1.2
    then make the files

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    make && make install && ldconfig
    Are you this far?
    Jeremy
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    after i execute your last command i get this error:

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    make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
    EDIT
    never mind, i forgot to do ./configure before i executed the make and make install commands. what do i do know?

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    this is really pissing me off. gnomad2 still wouldn't recognize my zen so id ecided to remove it through apt-get and install it manually. it came up with a ton of dependencies. i installed the latest glib, followed by atk, but it wouldn't install because it said that i needed glib even though i already had it!! so frustrating... i'm just going to reinstall it through apt-get...

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    After you installed libnjb, was everything working (ie, the programs in the sample dir?) You need to make sure libnjb is installed and working before you can install gnomad2.

    Jeremy
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    what do you mean by sample directory?

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    When you d/l the tarball, there's a dir called sample. In it are sample programs to test and see if libnjb is working properly. Use the handshake program to see if your computer and nomad are communicating.

    Once you get libnjb working, Gnomad2 is a snap.

    Jeremy
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