Don’t forget PATH=$PATH
this keeps the previous path settings from the profile file
after you update your profile don’t forget to make an export PATH line in
AND do a “source=/etc/profile” from the command line
I have NOT tried SDLgears.c – I will do so tonight, however I have compiled
SDL and many other demos and things seemed fine.
I’ll keep ya informed,
Cam> ----- Original Message -----
Cameron Aycock wrote:
Just make sure /usr/local is part of your path … Red Hat (and
subsequently Mandrake) puts things under /usr … the default is usually
/usr/local for most distros.
OR, when compiling use the “prefix=/usr” option when doing the ./configure
This has been the only major step for compiling fo rme. After I figured
out, Mandrake 8.0 seems to work just fine, and most of the packages I need
are usually on the CD if I need something that is going to take a while to
(Cameron Aycock (Mandrake 8.0 user))
I still get the same problems, I assume I am doing something wrong as
this other guy got it working.
./configure --prefix=/usr as sugested
./configure --prefix=/usr/local just incase
they did not work
so i added stuff to my /etc/profile
i tried both of these
still no joy.
my sdl-config is in /usr/bin but as that is in the path that should not
cause a problem should it?