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Originally Posted by fingal The first thing to do is find out where libxine.pc is installed. To do this you need the find command, so log into your terminal as ...
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- 09-12-2008 #11
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- Sep 2008
in my case the solution was the command:
sudo ./configure PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig"
which fixed my installation.
much regards fingal !!