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Try to ./configure and find out that you need libpng.<br>
 
Try to ./configure and find out that you need libpng.<br>
Next try to understand that although `yum install libpng' says that you have the latest working version for your system, you still cannot get InkScape to compile (the reason is that you need libpng-devel for this.)<br>
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Next try to understand that although `yum install libpng' says that you have the latest working version for your system, you still cannot get [[InkScape]] to compile (the reason is that you need libpng-devel for this.)<br>
 
Since there is no Yellowdog RPMs for libpng-devel, go to http://www.libpng.org/ and download the latest tarball (1.2.5 works fine), ./configure, make, and make install.<br>
 
Since there is no Yellowdog RPMs for libpng-devel, go to http://www.libpng.org/ and download the latest tarball (1.2.5 works fine), ./configure, make, and make install.<br>
Go back to your InkScape source directory and re./configure.<br>
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Go back to your [[InkScape]] source directory and re./configure.<br>
InkScape will happily compile now!<br>
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[[InkScape]] will happily compile now!<br>
  
 
-- Daniel D�az
 
-- Daniel D�az

Revision as of 02:32, 22 January 2006

YELLOWDOG Linux 3.0

It's pretty straight forward as with most of the current distributions.

First of all, unpack the latest inkscape.tar.gz:

$ tar zxvf inkscape-0.35-pre0.tar.gz

Try to ./configure and find out that you need libpng.
Next try to understand that although `yum install libpng' says that you have the latest working version for your system, you still cannot get InkScape to compile (the reason is that you need libpng-devel for this.)
Since there is no Yellowdog RPMs for libpng-devel, go to http://www.libpng.org/ and download the latest tarball (1.2.5 works fine), ./configure, make, and make install.
Go back to your InkScape source directory and re./configure.
InkScape will happily compile now!

-- Daniel D�az