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== Fedora Core 2 for Inkscape 0.40CVS ==

After having the most up to date RPMs for FC2 from fedora updates, this is what I found for compiling Inkscape.
Well...after checking out a clean copy of the inkscape module, autogen.sh will not generate ltmain.sh, so I had to make a softlink to a copy of ltmain.sh, which was located here: /usr/share/libtools/ltmain.sh
So I ran:
  $ ln -s /usr/share/libtools/ltmain.sh ./
Then I ran:
  $ ./autogen.sh
Then to get all the makefiles, I ran:
  $ ./configure
Now need to have Boehm Garbage collector installed. Follow the Boehm Garbage Collector instructions on the [[CompilingInkscape]] page for this to work. After installed, then rerun:
  $ ./configure
For libsigc++2 currently you must download and install: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=1970
Now you need gtkmm 2.4 and glibmm 2.4:
You need to ./configure; make; make install for libsigc++, glibmm 2.4 and gtkmm 2.4
Afterwards update your paths and all that and then run ./autogen.sh; ./configure; make; make install on the CVS version of inkscape...
I don't think /usr/local/lib is in /etc/ld.so.conf or /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*.conf by default on FC2...
Fix that, then `export [[LD_LIBRARY_PATH]]=/usr/local/lib`, then run `ldconfig`, and try running `inkscape`.
-- Jizzbug
This is what i get now:
  *** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0x0832ce78 ***
  Emergency save activated!
-- Confabulator
== Fedora Core 3 and 0.41CVS ==
== Mandrake 10.2 b3 and 0.41 Static Builds ==
If I try to run either the .386 or .686 Static Builds of 0.41 on Mandrake 10.2 beta3, I get the above error:
  *** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0x0959d210 ***
The "invalid pointer" is a different value for each one, but same error. I don't have the dependencies I need to compile from source. So, I guess I'll wait another few months before trying Inkscape. (I'm so anxious. As an ex-user of Sodipodi, I've been waiting for something that was a bit more user friendly).
  -- This is almost certainly a GCC bug ([[MikeHearn]])
See [[CompilingFC2]] and [[FC3]] -- those pages can probably be deleted if this one is brought up to date.

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