carlo.marchiori at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 11:02:01 UTC 2014
Yes of course,
though that means that one cannot compile wine upstream anymore without
changing the configure script.
2014-12-08 7:23 GMT+01:00 Andreas Metzler <ametzler at bebt.de>:
> On 2014-12-07 Carlo Marchiori <carlo.marchiori at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Trying to build wine I get
> > ./configure | grep gnutls
> > checking gnutls/gnutls.h usability... yes
> > checking gnutls/gnutls.h presence... yes
> > checking for gnutls/gnutls.h... yes
> > *checking for -lgnutls... not found*
> > I've found that this is because configure compiles a fake program on the
> > fly
> > to verify that linking libgnutls behaves as expected.
> > It expects the output of readelf -d against the compiled program to
> > the line
> > (NEEDED) Shared library: [libgnutls.so.28]
> > but instead it finds
> > (NEEDED) Shared library: [libgnutls-deb0.so.28]
> How about looking at the obvious place, Debian's wine packages?
> cu Andreas
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