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Problem compiling Yelp for GNOME
I'm compiling GNOME 2.16.2 for VectorLinuc 5.8, and so far have made it through ok.
Now I'm trying to build Yelp (one of the last coponents before I take GNOME for a test-run), but I get this error during the ./configure:
checking whether we have a gtk 2 gecko build... configure: error: This > program needs a gtk 2 gecko build
Now, I had to add the --with-firefox flag to make it use the Firefox Gecko engine. Why do I get this error then, if I have GTK+ 2.10.6 on my system?
Not sure if Firefox was built againts this version of gtk, but if I'm not mistaken, the version provided in VectorLinux is the binary one from FF's website; they do use gtk v.2 right? or do I have to compile firefox myself?All Empires rise and fall. The Microsoft Empire has already risen, only one way to go now...