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Like I said, most people are going to just direct you to the known fix in the RPM's... If I were you I'd install the RPM and then try installing ...
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    Like I said, most people are going to just direct you to the known fix in the RPM's...

    If I were you I'd install the RPM and then try installing from source. I bet it'll work....I bet the RPM handles the dependency issues that you're having and then you'll get no errors.

    There's really no point in doing things from source unless you want a headache and/or it's unavailable in your repositories.....if it's a learning experience you want...I'd suggest reading through some articles such as this one:

    A Beginner's Guide to Compiling Source Code

    to get a better understanding of what's being said by terminal when you are trying to make and make install

    Good luck
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    There is no rpms for rhel5

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